A Dash-9 with the new BNSF logo leads a short westbound manifest off the Oregon Trunk and down the Columbia River Gorge. The area is green and wildflowers are plenty at the moment.
A grain train crosses a berm in the Columbia River Gorge as it heads west to a port, where the grain will be exported to a faraway land.
On a windy President's Day, a BNSF garbage train rolls westward along the Columbia River.
A DPU assists the two leaders of an oil train as it heads east through the Columbia River Gorge.
An empty Union Pacific oil train rolls though the Columbia River Gorge as it heads back to the oil fields of Canada.
An eastbound grainer rounds the curve separating Tunnel Lake from the rest of the mighty Columbia River.
Loaded grain heads westbound, passing Tunnel Lake along the mighty Columbia River.
BNSF 4144 flys out of Tunnel 3 on the Fallbridge Sub.
A six unit consist alternating between Geeps and Fs races along the Columbia River, passing underneath WA state Hwy 14 near Underwood, WA as it makes its way towards Vancouver, WA from Wishram. Th... (more)
A unit train heading to California with empty hopper cars of a different design than I've seen before.
Eastbound manifest along the Columbia River
Westbound passes Rowland Lake
A muddy pond just west of the small Columbia River town of Mosier provides a reflective scene for this eastbound Z train.
Between Lyle and Bingen near Rowland Lake falls, a westbound Dash-9, dashes into the snow. Happy Holidays!
Winter Wonder Winter Wonderland along the Columbia River Gorge.