A Vancouver to Spokane Geo train skirts the Columbia River in the early morning near Lyle, WA.
NS 4093 leads a westbound grain train at Lyle, WA.
Westbound Pasco to Tacoma freight pops out of one of the 4 consecutive tunnels at Lyle, paralleling the Columbia River westbound on their way towards Vancouver.
Westbound Roosevelt to Everett trash empties pass between Rowland Lake and the Colombia River on their way west along the Fallbridge Sub
A westbound BNSF double stack train departs Lyle, Washington, on a beautiful September 24, 2016, afternoon in the Columbia River Gorge. It looks like an intermodal train, but in actuality is an em... (more)
A loaded BNSF 2x2 coal train heads West along the senic Columbia River.
An eastbound Seattle-Chicago stack train crosses the Klickitat River via an SP&S 1908 vintage open-spandrel concrete arch bridge. The highway bridge above the railroad is Washington SR 14.
An eastbound BNSF train nears Lyle, Washington in the Columbia River Gorge. Despite the early November date, a fair amount of fall color remains on the trees.
A westbound grain train in the Columbia Gorge west of the North Dalles siding heading towards the Lyle siding.
A westbound grain train in the Columbia Gorge between North Dalles and before the Lyle siding.
A westbound coal train in the Columbia Gorge at Doug's Beach before the Lyle siding.
A BNSF grain train mixes up color schemes a bit as it rolls west on the causeway that helps form Rowland Lake along the Columbia River west of Lyle, WA.
An eastbound freight make good time through a series of four tunnels just west of Lyle, WA as it progresses from Vancouver, WA to Pasco on the former SP&S mainline.
BNSF 4680 leads a westbound grain train out of a short curved tunnel on the east end of Lyle. It will face four more tunnels after crossing a causeway just west of town.