UP freight westbound along the Middle Fork of the Feather.
Eastbound BN train crosses Rock Creek in the Feather River Canyon
A UP train westbound on former WP rails just south of the Oroville yard.
Yes, that is a camera on the conductor's face. He is taking a picture of me taking a picture of him. He laughed and hollered all the way by. I was dumbfounded of course.
Just off the UP Canyon Sub and the Keddie Wye, a BNSF manifest crosses the trestle over Spanish Creek as it begins its trip up the BNSF Gateway Sub.
A westbound comes off the loop at James and nears the Highway 70 undercrossing at Cherokee.
Eastbound UP freight waits at Virgilia. The conductor climbed down and invited my (then) 5-year-old son into the cab for a look around. He also apologized for the locomive being so dirty, and off... (more)
Eastbound UP grain empties make track speed uphill toward the subway entering Williams Loop.
The Portola museum train reached Keddie around 7:30 pm. Darkness ended the chase before the train reached Quincy Junction. The two silver and orange geeps were running, as were the Kodachrome an... (more)
The Portola museum train emerges from Tunnel 4 and takes the siding at James. Moments later, it would meet a westbound UP stack train.
It was now late in the afternoon, and the number of railfans chasing the train dwindled to five or so, down from maybe thirty when the train left Roseville.