After meeting a westbound, three SD75Ms move the loaded Everett to Roosevelt, Washington garbage train out of Melonas siding in the Columbia River Gorge.
On the second day of its journey to New Orleans, the Louisiana World's Fair Daylight crosses the Sacramento River Arm of Lake Shasta.
An intermodal train bound for Los Angeles rolls through Northern California on the Shasta Route. Today, you can see lots of trailers here anytime - a massive Wal-Mart distribution center was built... (more)
A westbound coal train emerges from the Columbia River Gorge on BNSF's Fallbridge Subdivision.
A southbound stack train waits for a signal at the Columbia River Drawbridge. The ability to get up close and personal with Amtrak, BNSF and UP trains is a big factor in the railfan appeal of the ... (more)
The Empire Builder passes a westbound BNSF manifest on the Fallbridge Subdivision at Washougal, Washington. The train is just 29 miles from its terminus at Union Station in downtown Portland. Inst... (more)
Nearly two years after Union Pacific acquired Southern Pacific, many timeless SP images could still be seen. After switching out the cement plant up at Mountain Gate, the Redding Local returns to ... (more)
Very late on a winter afternoon, a westbound grain train highballs Underwood, Washington in the Columbia River Gorge.
Six months after Union Pacific took over the Southern Pacific, this southbound train on the Redding Trestle belies any change.
A contractor fuels locomotives on a special Amtrak train at Redding, California. The "Shasta Daylight 1990" had run from Portland, Oregon to Redding the previous day. Once the train is r... (more)
Southern Pacific's Redding Turn is parked at Redding on a clear winter Sunday afternoon.
On a clear winter afternoon, a westbound train on the Shasta Route heads for Roseville. After rebuilding at Sacramento, lead unit SP 6768 was briefly SP 9501. It was renumbered for the proposed S... (more)
A manifest heads south on the Shasta Route, crossing the Salt Creek Arm of Lake Shasta.
Not long after it was returned to service in Oregon, the Mount Emily Shay pulls the Crooked River Dinner Train on the City of Prineville Railway.
One of the last southbound RoadRailer trains operated by Union Pacific on the Shasta Route nears a crew change at Klamath Falls.