With a small amount of haze still overhead from the British Columbia wildfires, two UP 70Ms haul a manifest as they follow the Columbia River east past the small town of Hood River, Oregon on what... (more)
Just before sunrise on the morning after Winterail 2016, a westbound stack train streaks past Multnomah Falls in the depths of the Columbia River Gorge. The upper falls, visible on the sheer cliff... (more)
On a gorgeous spring afternoon along the Columbia River, two consecutively-numbered UP motors and a CEFX unit lead a Canadian grain train towards points west.
Looking back on summer, a parade of UP trains rolls by the oil train derailment site at Mosier.
Once home to the Oregon Portage Railroad, Cascade Locks still sees rail traffic rushing through town daily, even 155 years after the first run commenced. A Union Pacific intermodal gets to be one ... (more)
A Union Pacific intermodal crosses a berm over Lindsey Lake in the late afternoon.
An eastbound manifest freight passes the elevator at Biggs with Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge towering in the background.
After several days of dark, cloudy weather, the sun finally came out and illuminated the scenic Columbia River Gorge. With the hills just beginning to show their springtime green, a westbound UP m... (more)
A DPU assists the two leaders of an oil train as it heads east through the Columbia River Gorge.
An empty Union Pacific oil train rolls though the Columbia River Gorge as it heads back to the oil fields of Canada.
A short westbound freight passes the west end of Bridal Veil siding on the Portland Sub. A scenic overlook provided a good vantage point for viewing the Columbia River, I-84 and the UP main at th... (more)
A Union Pacific intermodal rolls down the Kenton Line with Mount Hood in the background.
A lovely day in the Columbia River Gorge brings forth a UP manifest racing east over McClure Lake in Mosier.
A Union Pacific freight crosses a lake on a spring day in the Columbia River Gorge.
An SD9043MAC leads an empty Union Pacific oil train back to Eastport, Idaho.