A Cascade & Columbia River Railroad Wenatchee Turn has arrived in Wenatchee. The crew will make quick work dropping outbound cars and grabbing their inbounds before heading back to home rails. T... (more)
Running beside US 97 Cascade & Columbia's Oroville turn trundles along jointed rail, making the trip back south to Omak, Washington. The two GP10s have three loads of Gorman Bros. lumber and an em... (more)
Along the Okanogan River the Oroville local returns to Omak, Washington with three loads of lumber and an empty center beam flat. The railroad, based in Omak, sends a daily turn up north and a We... (more)
A Cascade and Columbia River freight is northbound just outside Chelan, Washington, on May 13, 2010. The train is powered by the line’s GP9R No. 1002, dressed in parent owner RailAmerica. RailAmer... (more)
Oroville turn leaves Omak WA
The CSCD's Wenatchee turn is heading North towards Oroville, with units 1002 and 1001 and 9 cars, after completing the interchange with BNSF in Wenatchee
The CSCD's Wenatchee turn is leaving town, heading North, with units 1002 and 1001 and 9 cars, after completing the interchange with BNSF in Wenatchee
CSCD's Wenatchee Turn is ready to leave town after completing it's interchange with BNSF.
After their run on the Oroville Turn These 2 units were fueling in Okanagon, WA before heading back to Omak to hook up with its train and make Fridays Wenatchee Turn
Cascade and Columbia River's Oroville Turn cruising along the Okanagon River about 1 mile north of Omak Yard.
Cascade and Columbia River's Oroville Turn acclerates after making a pick up at Colville Forest Products, just north of Omak, WA
Cascade and Columbia River's Oroville Turn just north of Omak, WA
Cascade and Columbia River's Oroville Turn at Staion Sign Riverside.
Cascade and Columbia River's Oroville Turn at track speed of 25mph just north of station sign Riverside, south of Janis, WA