BNSF 7281 leads an eastbound stack train over Nason Creek and out of the 7.8-mile long Cascade Tunnel, the longest in the United States.
Leading a stack train, BNSF 5702 emerges into the sunlight after traversing the 7.8 mile long Cascade Tunnel on BNSF's Scenic Subdivision. A fan air intake can be seen on the far left of the photo... (more)
Down the Dragons Throat All the noise from this eastbound train is directed out of the tunnel portal and shakes your body like the grand finally of a fireworks show on the 4th of July. Head... (more)
Lightly gliding out of the Cascade Tunnel, 4 motors on an empty coal train. Two on the front, two shoving up the rear.
A spotless GEVO emerges from the not-so spotless Cascade Tunnel. During the process of the ascent over Stevens Pass in the tunnel, 3 of the 7 units suffocated and died.
WB BNSF Freight leaving a trail of FRED lights in the tunnel.
An old BN work truck comes out of the Cascade Tunnel as they finish welding some rail inside the tunnel. A few minutes later, we (2 college kids and a 30-year old, all w/ cameras, and Im wearing ... (more)
BNSF 7185 leads a train out of the Cascade Tunnel in the fog and snow. And as a extra bouns, we even got some plow action!
Some plow action as BNSF 4584 and as a special treat, a KCS AC4400 haul a train out of the Cascade Tunnel
Lit up cigar band on the lead and smoke all around for this quatro of units going over Stevens Pass as dusk quicky approaches
Amtrak 79 works the Empire Builder solo tonight as it finishes its first of may victories over the passes to Chicago.
Looking down the barrel of the gun...
A night shot of the East Portal of the Cascade Tunnel. And at an extra bonus, the door is closed! [See my comment on what the door does]
3 brand new ES44DC locos lead the Z train into the Cascade tunnel at Berne.
For those of you who what to know what The Cascade Tunnel looks like with the door closed, here you go! It looks like its doors either being replaced or repainted.