Over four hours late, the northbound Coast Starlight glints the sunshine of a late summer evening in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
The northbound Coast Starlight is a couple of miles from exiting the Golden State as it approaches the west portal of Tunnel 18.
For a couple of weeks in October, the aspen groves along the Shasta Route near Chiloquin, Oregon turn a brilliant gold. The Coast Starlight passes by in 2003.
The Coast Starlight is northbound in the shadow of Mount Shasta.
Roughly four hours late, the northbound Coast Starlight departs Redding, California. The train is crossing Lake Redding on the impressive Redding Trestle, built at the south end of the Shasta Dam... (more)
The Conductor and Fireman on the Coast Starlight confer during the train's station stop at Eugene.
The Coast Starlight makes its station stop at Klamath Falls. After a crew change, the train will depart for its scenic crossing of the Oregon Cascades.
The Coast Starlight flies low across Butte Valley on Memorial Day weekend 1994.
As the Coast Starlight closes in on its station stop at Klamath Falls, the PTLAT departs for Los Angeles.
The Coast Starlight heads north in the shadow of Mount Shasta. When the diner goes by there will be a nice whiff of breakfast.
The Coast Starlight entered Oregon a couple of miles back. It will pause for a crew change at Klamath Falls in a little over 20 minutes. Private car "Silver Foot" is on the rear of the ... (more)
The Coast Starlight passes through Bray on a clear mountain morning. The train is on time, no doubt because of the Southern Pacific business car at the rear of the train.
The Coast Starlight rolls north on the Shasta Route. In a few minutes, the train will enter Oregon.
The northbound Coast Starlight passes a Union Pacific freight at Grass Lake. Next stop: Klamath Falls, where the smokers will sprint for the platform.
The northbound Coast Starlight is nearing its next passenger stop at Dunsmuir.