A westbound late in the afternoon west of Lyle, Washington.
An eastbound BNSF autorack train nears the end of the long causeway that seperates Chamberlain Lake from the Columbia River just west of Lyle.
The Portland section of the westbound Empire Builder glides along the Columbia River just west of Lyle on a calm summer morning, with a P32BWH and a P42DC for power.
Former Santa Fe 6355 leads a westbound among the unique rock formations along the Columbia River between Lyle and North Dalles.
BNSF 4907 exits Tunnel #9 westbound along the Columbia River west of Lyle, as seen from atop the rest area off of Highway 14.
BNSF 7003 leads an eastbound doublestack train between Tunnels 7 and 8, as seen from the rest area off of Highway 14 west of Lyle.
Trailing unit is an ex-SP SD45R with "BUGX" reporting marks.
The Empire Builder traverses the rocks along the Columbia River
BNSF 4050 just West of Lyle Washington on the Columbia River, Photo taken with Canon EOS Digital Rebel, Lens Canon 28-135
An eastbound BNSF freight in the rock cuts at Lyle, WA.
SP 4449 steams east through the rock cuts at Lyle, WA during an excursion in May 2001.
A BNSF westbound is passing through the tunnels west of Lyle. The BNSF orange really glows in the late afternoon sun.
Eastbound BNSF garbage train exits a tunnel and crosses a causeway along the Columbia River.
An eastbound garbage train pauses just west of Lyle
This manifest if rolling along at 55mph on a bright spring afternoon along the Columbia River.