A southbound train on the Gateway Subdivision nears the crew change at Keddie.
Just what a visitor from the east coast wants to see when they get to Keddie Wye...another visitor from the east coast. "Foreign" power in the form of a CSX CW40-8, leads a UP westbound... (more)
A UP grain train comes off of the west leg of the famed "Keddie Wye" trestle, beginning its journey through the gorgeous Feather River Canyon and along the Western Pacific's legendary Fe... (more)
A trio of Western Pacific locomotives was found in the engine servicing section of the railroad’s Keddie, California, facility on September 2, 1973. GP20s 2006 and 2001 are bracketing GP35 3013. ... (more)
Heading west on the famed Keddie Wye is a Western Pacific freight train pulled by a solid set of Burlington Northern diesels: BN U33C 5719 (ex-Northern Pacific 3304) and three BN C425s (4258 [ex-... (more)
Is it real or is this a model? UP 3499 and sister SD40-2 head west through the Feather River Canyon leaving the Keddie Wye behind them, in less than perfect lighting conditions.
Four Western Pacific GP units, GP40 3510, GP35 3019, GP40 3516 and GP35 3005 lead a freight over the Keddie Wye heading east towards Reno, Nevada. Photo from my slide collection, the photographer... (more)
Oakland bound coal loads cross the famous Keddie Wye on a late summer afternoon.
Founded in 1903 as a way to give the powerhouse Southern Pacific railroad competition into northern California, the Western Pacific was built to connect the Rio Grande railroad in Utah with the Sa... (more)
Southbound BN WP run through "Highline" train on WP Keddie Wye
A BNSF train on the former Western Pacific Highline crosses the Clear Creek Trestle. The train has just departed Keddie, heading for Klamath Falls.
In Jun 1972, a pair of GE U23Bs idles in front of WP's depot at Keddie, CA. The two U-boats are covered with a patina of chalky road dust, picked up between here and points north on the nearby Hig... (more)
A solid set of Western Pacific power heads west over the Keddie Wye bridge in the Feather River Canyon.
A trio of Union Pacific 8000 class Fast 40s exit the tunnel with a hot intermodal train and roll on to the Keddie Wye bridge in the Feather River Canyon.
Four Western Pacific GP40's and a Burlington Northern GP40 on this southbound (timetable westbound) freight on the Highline near Keddie, California on January 09, 1979.