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.
The Pasco-Vancouver daily freight rolls along the superior alignment of the SP&S. A water grade of .2% ruling from Pasco all of the way to Vancouver.
A long train of military equipment heads East along the Columbia River.
Racing along the Columbia River. Honeywell Pentax H1a; Kodachrome
A baretable comes off the long fill and turns into Lyle
Rolling out of the rock tunnel east of town, this Portland bound Z is rolling through.
A pair of Cascade Green Dash 2's come onto the fill just west of Lyle
A shiny Dash 9 leads an eastbound grain empty at Lyle
Eastbound P train enters Lyle