The engineer notches up for a short uphill grade before the train drops into the Payette river canyon.
INPR tourist train south of Cascade, along the Payette River.
After the lumber mill in Cascade closed, INPR decided to run tourist trains instead of tearing out the line. As seen here just two miles south of town along the Payette River, the scenery is very... (more)
When was the last time you saw a ALCO trucked GP35? On top of that, it has a GE speed recorder! One of two locos for the tourist run out of Cascade.
The trailing FP10 and the HEP generator car roll past Rocky Road as the southbound tourist train heads into it's final destination of Horseshoe Bend.
Brand spanking new! So new, they aren't even finished yet. New commuter rail locomotives, presumably for Metrolink, await a few final touches and then it's off to the paint booth at Motive Power... (more)
Cool, two F units at once! Actually there were three, there is another at the rear of the train at the right. The two train sets for the Thunder Mountain Line, INP's tourist train, sit in Horsesho... (more)
Washingtion & Idaho train drifts over a trestle heading north after cresting the hill before Palza.
Washingtion & Idaho train heads north towards Spangle and eventually Marshal. I don't know if the engineer will ever see this, but is he does, I want to say thank you, he gave me one heck of a ch... (more)
Washingtion & Idaho train headed north bound towards Marshal.
As seen at sunset, this spider has made his home on a trestle. It will be only temporary though, as the next train that comes through will tear that web to shreds.
A southbound BNSF garbage train heads through Seattle. With two SD40-2's and a GP35, the consist was a refreshing change from solid dash 9's, even if the train it self stunk. (Pun intended)
2008 is it? When it's not running Amtrak specials, this FP9 sometimes hauls freight for the W&I, such as this C&W hoper full of fertilizer.
Haze from the just started 4204 drifts over the other two units in the consist, including an ex VIA Rail FP9. The 4204 has been purchased by W&I, but has not been repainted yet.
The engineer notches up as this westbound loaded grain train leaves Sandpoint.