High above the Columbia river floor, this BNSF mixed freight is working west bound through the bright fall colors of the Pacific North West.
Two GE's, one of the Norfolk Southern flavor, crosses the fill at Lake Chamberlain as a lone fisherman tests his luck on the calm waters of the Columbia River.
power for the westbound garbage train passes through the tunnel below the Lake Chamberlain rest stop as the rest of the train is strung out over the causeway all the way back to the town of Lyle.
One of many westbound grain trains heads down the Columbia River gorge toward Vancouver and Portland
Passing through Lyle on the north bank of the Columbia River.
A BNSF freight makes its way along the Columbia River in September of 2009. On the otherside of the Gorge, a Union Pacific stack train can be seen.
Eight BNSF locos tug a heavy train up through the Columbia River Gorge, and one tug pushes a barge. The train is faster, much faster.
BNSF Grain train cruises through the gorge striking contrast of angles and curves with the terrain and the arc of the fill.
BNSF's Wishram Local heads for home in one of the many snow showers the Columbia River Gorge experienced throughout the day with 4 loads out of Home Valley.
Rugged country is the norm in the Columbia River area of Washington.
A loaded grain train heads west through Lyle, WA on BNSF's Fallbridge Sub.
Spring is in full swing in the Columbia River Gorge when this heavy westbound loaded grain train snakes its way through Lyle Washington.