The Pend Orielle (pronounced "pon-der-ay") 3x a week turn heads back to Priest River to tie up for the day. Here the crew is crossing the Priest River where it joins the Pend Orielle ri... (more)
Pend Oreille Railroad units 8310 and 8325 arrive in Sandpoint to interchange with the BNSF.
The eastbound POVA road freight is seen skirting the Pend Oreille River between Laclede and Dover.
The Pend Oreille River Railroad is seen making its tri-weekly run on this Friday full of foliage to the BNSF interchange at Sandpoint.
Pend Oreille Valley’s train to Sandpoint has arrived and is approaching the interchange yard with BNSF on October 1, 2021. That’s the former Great Northern depot in the background.
Casting a reflection in a rain puddle, an eastbound Pend Oreille Valley Railroad freight approaches Dover, Idaho, on the morning of October 1, 2021. This train is operating on the former Great Nor... (more)
An eastbound Pend Oreille Valley Railroad freight, operating on the former Great Northern/BN Newport to Sandpoint line, smokes it up as it approaches the U.S. Highway 2 overpass at Dover, Idaho, o... (more)
A Pend Oreille Valley Railroad freight banks into a curve on this former Great Northern main line along the Pend Oreille River between Thama and Laclede, Idaho, on October 11, 2019.
Pend Oreille Valley Railroad’s freight from Usk to Sandpoint crosses the bridge over the Pend Oreille River between Newport, Washington, and Priest River, Idaho, over this former Great Northern ... (more)
The POVA is an amazingly scenic railroad... from a boat. While the railroad skirts the beautiful Pend Oreille River for a large portion of its trip, most of it cannot be viewed or appreciated from... (more)
The Loins Club train pauses on the Box Canyon trestle (built 1911) while passengers overlook the Box Canyon Dam (built 1955). As spectacular as this ride is, the railroad can't afford to inspect ... (more)
One of the North Pend Oreille Valley Lions Club's chartered excursion trains for the annual "Down River Days" festival in Ione, WA heads south over a small wooden trestle on the return t... (more)
The Pend Oreille Valley's train heads back to Newport, WA from Sandpoint, ID with a bunch of storage reefers on the headend.