On a beautiful late afternoon, with a BNSF engine leading two NS Stallions, a BNSF stack winds its way out of the Kootenai River Gorge in route to Bonners Ferry, Sandpoint and the west coast.
Shooting from the Katka Overlook across the Kootenai River Gorge, a Northbound Mixed Manifest is passing through tunnel 4. The train is almost at Moyie Springs on its way to Eastport a Canadian Pa... (more)
Shooting from the Katka Overlook back towards Bonner Ferry, the smoke from the wild fires in the Northwest and Canada can be seen covering all of Northern Idaho. A BNSF Auto Train rolls eastbound ... (more)
An evening eastbound stack rolls across Lake Pend Oreille into Sandpoint. Smoke from the many Northwest wildfires hangs over Idaho.
A morning westbound Stack Rolls off the Lake Pend Oreille Bridge into Algoma Idaho.
Smoke from the many wildfires in the Northwest hangs over Sandpoint Idaho, as an early morning westbound manifest crosses Lake Pend Oreille
If you love trains and you love boats and ships and have a multi million dollar budget this is the place to have a home. BNSF Bridge No. 4 across Salmon Bay is a single leaf bascule bridge that ca... (more)
The Coastal Rocky Mountaineer from Seattle to Vancouver BC. crosses BNSF Bridge No. 4 across Salmon Bay. The single leaf bascule bridge carries the BNSF Mainline north and south. The ship Coastal ... (more)
An early morning shot of Union Pacific No. 4849 and a unit Tank Train strung out along the causeway.
An afternoon Westbound Union Pacific Z cross the Deschutes River Bridge.
Salmon fishermen anchor up outside the mouth Drano Lake which is a very popular spot to target returning Chinook Salmon. An early morning westbound set of cans crosses the causeway that separates... (more)
Amtrak 27 the Portland Section of the Westbound Empire Builder races across the causeway between the Columbia River and Chamberlain Lake on it's morning run from Spokane Wa.
A morning Eastbound, BNSF No. 6705, pulls a string of JB Hunt Intermodel Containers across the causeway separating the Columbia River from Chamberlain Lake into Lyle WA.
One of the many westbound Grainer's,crosses the causeway that separates the Columbia River from Horsethief Lake. The landscape becomes dryer as you travel farther east on the Columbia River.
A loaded Westbound Grainer rolls through Cooks Siding on the Fallbridge Sub.