Camas Prairie RailNet switches in Craigmont, Ida. The unused switcher belongs to Lewiston Grain Growers.
Time is growing short for Idaho's "Railroad on Stilts" as Camas Prairie RailNet No. 4 leads a train towards Lewiston, Idaho. Rock Creek Trestle is one of several timber trestles on the r... (more)
After dropping most of their loaded lumber cars at Reubens, Camas Prairie Railnet #6 and #2 descend Lapwai Canyon enroute to the train's termination at Lewiston ID. The train is on top of the fam... (more)
Heat rises from the radiators of Camas Prairie Railnet #2 and a mate as they begin to pull lumber loads from the Bennett lumber mill at Grangeville ID. Unfortunately this is at the end of the Cam... (more)
Southbound Grangeville local passes Fenn elevator, last station before end of line at Grangeville, on the undulating Camas Prairie
This train has been sitting here, dead, for quite some time. The end of the Sand Job can be seen heading west to the Silica Sand Plant for switching.
Some fun Illinois Railway power, B23-7, GP7, GP15, B23-7, lead a short train bound for Ottawa out of the Chicago suburbs.
A head on shot of Camas Prairie Railnet 3.
CPRN 3 sits powerless about a mile and a half North of Flagg Center, and about 100 feet south of Hemstock Road.
Shut down for the weekend... sits in the middle of nowhere.
Camas Prarie Railnet 1 and 2 switch out the sand plant in Ottawa on Illinois Railnet.
Camas Prarie Railnet 1 and 2 lead a local through Ottawa on Illinois Railnet.
CSP 143, a SW1000, sits in the dark on the east spur in NS's Forrest Yard. Camas Prairie was bought by the Watco Companies in 2004 and renamed The Great Northwest Railroad.
An unusual visitor to Forrest Yard was this Camas Prairie switcher, which stayed parked here for several days.