Skookum (Columbia River Belt Line 2-4-4-2 7) rolls across a timber bridge that looks like it can barely support the wight of the locomotive near Wheeler.
A southbound train passes through Ridgefield at sunset, heacing for Vancouver, Wash.
A westbound Union Pacific train passes under the cantilever signal bridge with searchlight signals at Hermosa. A trace of a rainbow remains on the right.
Seen from the Oregon side of the Columbia River, an eastbound BNSF train passes beneath the bluffs of Maryhill, Wash.
Just before sunset a Norfolk Southern train passes the former Southern Railway depot (now a museum that houses Adolph Hitler's typewriter) in Bessemer.
An eastbound (or possibly northbound) Norfolk Southern train passes through downtown Birmingham. The tuscan red car in the foreground is the dining car for the maintenance camp train.
Union Pacific Big Boy 4014 is approaching Green River, Wyo., as it rolls across the prairies. In regular service in the 1940s and 1950s, 4014 called Green River "home" and often ran on t... (more)
A Union Pacific westbound train has left Echo Canyon behind as it rolls through Henefer. Just ahead is Weber Canyon, then on to Ogden.
A Union Pacific westbound rolls out of the dark shadows of Echo Canyon.
A Norfolk Southern freight curves through Cook Springs on its way to Atlanta.
Amtrak's northbound Crescent is a half hour out of Birmingham as it heads for Atlanta and then points north.
A westbound Union Pacific stack train rolls through the red cliffs of Echo Canyon along old U.S. 30.
Union Pacific 4-8-8-4 4014 and 4-8-4 844 work their way toward Evanston after leaving Ogden earlier in the day.
Union Pacific Big Boy 4014 blasts through Weber Canyon, the same place it was built to work in regular service in the 1940s.
A CSX stack train passes the reconstructed Civil War-era Polk House in Decatur. Only four buildings in the town survived the Civil War.