Workers help tie down a Herzog welded rail train at the north end of the siding.
UP 7923 West leaves the small town of Biggs, OR, behind and heads for the The Dalles. The stack train will soon oass through the native American hamlet of Celilo.
An empty BNSF unit trash train heads back west for another load.
At dusk, a westbound BNSF grain train passes gigantic, diagonal layers of solid rock at Lyle, WA.
At dawn, well before the sun has come up, an eastbound BNSF Z train roars along the base of the cliffs at Lyle, WA.
At sunset, a westbound BNSF grain train skirts the Columbia River at Lyle, WA.
In what appears to be a power move, F45 No. 5936 leads an eastbound manifest through the sweeping curve at Martinez on the eastern slope of Cajon Pass.
BNSF 7037 South threads the needle South of a tunnel at Celilo, OR, as it climbs away from the Columbia River.
A BNSF westbound manifest skirts the north shore of the Columbia River at Lyle, WA.
A BNSF stack train headed for the Pacific Northwest has just crossed over UP's Overland Route.
As sunset approaches, BNSF 6079 East is about to cross over Hy. 59 south of Bill.
BNSF 6079 East crests Logan Hill as a UP coal load follows close behind. Meanwhile, another load descends the mountainside in the distance.
A westbound UP coal empty climbs Logan Hill with two units on the front, and two pushing on the rear.
An eastbound UP coal load runs past another just west of Reno Junction.
With the afternoon sun on its nose, an eastbound UP coal load accelerates out of Reno Junction as two other UP coal trains wait on the adjacent mains.