Three new Aces fly along the Columbia River
A grain train crosses a berm in the Columbia River Gorge as it heads west to a port, where the grain will be exported to a faraway land.
On a windy President's Day, a BNSF garbage train rolls westward along the Columbia River.
An eastbound grainer rounds the curve separating Tunnel Lake from the rest of the mighty Columbia River.
Loaded grain heads westbound, passing Tunnel Lake along the mighty Columbia River.
Two of these sets have been working each side of the Gorge for a few months now. This one has been doing something, assuming replacing concrete ties around the Home Valley siding the last week.
BNSF 4144 flys out of Tunnel 3 on the Fallbridge Sub.
Westbound passes Rowland Lake
Between Lyle and Bingen near Rowland Lake falls, a westbound Dash-9, dashes into the snow. Happy Holidays!
Winter Wonder Winter Wonderland along the Columbia River Gorge.
Fall in Washington isn't spectacular by any means compared to places like New England, but the oaks do change colors and they make for a nice contrast against the deep blue waters of the Columbia ... (more)
Two cigar-branded Gevos dart across the Columbia River as fall sinks into the Pacific Northwest. With the harvest, grain trains are plentiful and commonly have Canadian power.
After a series of storms some good weather has come to the PNW. Here we see a westbound empty vehicle train making up speed after a work window.
Westbound grainer heads along the Lewis and Clark highway, west of the small defunct logging town of Hood, Wa.
Another westbound grainer sails down the Columbia River Gorge on a hot day.