Northbound Cascade 500 pushes northbound out of Union Station, under the maze of bridges in downtown Portland.
A morning Metrolink train arrives at the beautifully restored former Santa Fe Claremont depot on the San Bernardino line.
Restored GN F7 274 sits on the tracks just to the north of the Brooklyn roundhouse, coupled to Doyle McCormick's Nickel Plate painted RSD-5 324.
F40PHR 231 sits in the summer sun next to the Brooklyn Roundhouse in Daylight paint. During my visit, the trucks were being painted silver. Looking good, Chris!
Southbound Cascade 507 poses beside the famous depot in the middle of a wye in Vancouver, WA.
F59PHi 466 and the Talgo power car show off their streamlining, as southbound Amtrak Cascade 507 makes a station stop at Vancouver.
A southbound UP manifest is stopped at Vancouver waiting for the Columbia River bridge to swing back into place. A nice older group of units in the consist, with 6 SD40-2's out of the 8.
A southbound UP manifest is stopped in front of the Vancouver depot, with nearly 30-year old SD40-2 3375 still looking good.
A southbound BNSF train sits in front of the Vancouver depot with a colorful consist - including an NREX (former Conrail) SD50 and an MRL SD45-2.
A southbound BNSF autorack train sits at the Vancouver depot, waiting for the Columbia River Drawbridge to be lowered before crossing into Portland, Oregon.
Looking down on the Wishram yard from Highway 14, a BNSF eastbound is departing with the Oregon Trunk Bridge in the background.
Morning northbound Cascade 500 pushes out of Union Station, with the cab control car on the south end for a change.
F59PHi 2006 pushes eastbound Capitol 534 at Pinole.
Two veteran UP SD40-2's lead a westbound manifest along the Columbia River near Wyeth, as viewed from Washington at Cooks.
A westbound BNSF freight approaches downtown Stevenson, running on slow orders due to the high temperatures in the Columbia River Gorge that day.