Departing out of Bend, OR A Canadian Pacific ES44AC leading a southbound BNSF manifest as it works it's way up the 1.4% grade towards Lava Butte Summit.
Southbound loaded Oil train from Canada climbing up Lava Butte Summit on the Oregon Trunk Sub.
BNSF's Oregon Trunk Local throttles up from the Bend depot south towards Cascan.
BNSF 8272 leads a southbound manifest up the 1.4% grade towards Lava Butte Summit on the BNSF Oregon Trunk Subdivision.
BNSF 5319 leads the H-VAWBAR into Bend, OR on the Oregon Trunk Subdivision.
Southbound coming out of Macs Canyon.
SP 4449 ( The Daylight ) leads an excursion train from Portland-Bend, Oregon as it climbs the 1.5% grade out of the Gateway.
BNSF 4105 approaching the north siding switch of Deschutes on the Oregon Trunk Subdivision.
BNSF 4452 leading a southbound manifest on the Oregon Trunk Sub as it approaches the north siding switch at Deschutes, OR
Southbound on the Oregon Trunk, crossing the Deschutes River via Twin Crossing Bridge No 2. The train will duck into a tunnel then pop out the other side of the hill and cross over the river agai... (more)
A southbound mixed freight trudges slowly through the canyon. Some parts survived the burn last year. This little grove at Twin Springs was spared, the rest of the camp out of view to the left loo... (more)
A pair of BNSF trains meet at Oakbrook, OR deep in the Deschutes River Canyon along BNSF's Oregon Trunk Subdivision. [June 2018]
Crossing over the mighty Columbia, a BNSF train rolls south onto the Oregon Trunk Line toward Bend and beyond.
A short southbound freight is making its way up the canyon. It was already over 80 degrees at 8 o'clock in the morning and the air is like a campfire that never ends.