BNSF coal train C-SXMRBG is seen passing along the Columbia River between Bingen and Stevenson, Washington on the Fallbridge Subdivision.
BNSF coal train C-SXMRBG is seen crossing Rowland Lake just East of Bingen, Washington along the Columbia River Gorge.
Pushing westbound, BNSF DPU Units No. 4940 and 3922 bring up the rear of a long grainer crossing the causeway that separates the Columbia River from Rowland Lake. Mount Hood looms over hills on th... (more)
Two GEEPS pull a long heavy manifest along the Columbia river near Bingen, WA. The crew lost PTC and had to run without it. The train was struggling to make track speed.
A westbound grain train nears Bingen, Washington in the Columbia River Gorge. The Oakways were fairly rare birds on the old SP&S.
Nine months after the merger of Burlington Northern and Santa Fe, along the Columbia River it didn't look like anything had changed. A westbound stack train nears Bingen on the Fallbridge Subdivi... (more)
An eastbound BNSF vehicle train threads some basalt rock formations in the scenic Columbia River Gorge between Bingen and Lyle, Washington, on September 24, 2016.
BNSF 7034 east strolls out of Tunnel 3 in the scenic Columbia River Gorge on August 7, 2012.
As the sun starts to set, BNSF 6817 leads a westbound grain train out of Bingen, WA on the BNSF Fallbridge Subdivision.
Running almost 5 hours late, Southern Pacific 4449 runs through Bingen, WA at track speed on its journey to Bend, OR
It isn't the coastline but if you squint your eyes it almost looks as if 4449 is heading into Ventura as it flies along the Fallbridge Subdivision.
ex-SP&S 79 A Roger Puta Photograph
Eastbound stack train at the Lyle Rest Area in the Columbia River Gorge.
Eastbound Z train at between Lyle and Bingen in the Columbia River Gorge.
Eastbound Z train east of Bingen in the Columbia River Gorge.