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  1. RS-11

    RS-11

    This former SP engine now belongs to the Indian Creek Railroad. It sits at the site of it's one and only customer Rydman and Fox, a grain elevator. Photo was taken on private property with permission
  2. Metallic Tunnel

    Metallic Tunnel

    IORY 5012 crosses the Indian Creek bridge On the former NYC mainline between Cincinnati and Indianapolis.
  3. Summer On The Bellingham Sub

    Summer On The Bellingham Sub

    BNSF 7655 leads its southbound manifest across Dakota Creek as it approaches the US Custom Station at Swift,WA.It entered the US at the International Border about 3 miles to the north of here,bound for Everett,WA
  4. CPR in the Idaho Panhandle

    CPR in the Idaho Panhandle

    CPR 8934 on the point of a northbound empty grainer approaches the old US Rte 2/95 grade crossing at Deep Creek,Idaho.The train is passing under the BNSF Kootenai River Sub main a ways behind the power.It is headed for the border at Eastport,ID on the UP Spokane Sub.
  5. Spring In The Idaho Panhandle

    Spring In The Idaho Panhandle

    BNSF 5919 leads a westbound Unit Coal Train across the Idaho Panhandle.It is approaching the Public Access Road Crossing to the Trestle Creek Recreation Area at MP 106.4 on the MRL 4th Sub.
  6. A Rainy Day at Dakota Creek

    A Rainy Day at Dakota Creek

    CN 8946 leads its northbound loaded coal train across Dakota Creek during moderate to heavy rainfall.It is about three miles to the International Border at Blaine,WA then on to a crew change at Vancouver,BC.With a new crew,it will be on to their ultimate destination of Prince Rupert,BC
  7. CSX 56 crossing Loup Creek

    CSX 56 crossing Loup Creek

    CSX 56 and mat take loads of coal down the Loup Creek Branch headed for Thurmond.
  8. Loop Creek Trestles

    Loop Creek Trestles

    Kelly Creek trestle #220, viewed from Turkey Creek trestle #224. Loop Creek valley- Adair ID. Thanks to The Milwaukee Road - Lines West for location info for Tunnels #25 & #26. http://asciibaron.dyndns.org/MILW/?page_id=6
  9. UP Executive train at Coyote Creek, Wicopee, OR

    UP Executive train at Coyote Creek, Wicopee, OR

    A northbound UP executive train crosses Coyote Creek just north of Wicopee, OR, while descending from Cascade Summit. This is the spot the huge Frazier Slide of 2008 ended, burying the track at this location under mud & debris.
  10. Oxman Wings

    Oxman Wings

    Winged leader 8322 helps its older brother 8234 pull a long westbound stack train out of Oxman Curve on the Huntington Subdivision on this 100+ degree August 19th, 2009.
  11. Crossing Deep Creek and Old US Highway 2

    Crossing Deep Creek and Old US Highway 2

    BNSF 5354 leads an eastbound revenue freight over Deep Creek and Old US Highway 2 near Burns,and Deep Creek,Idaho.
  12. BNSF 4303 Leads A Baretable Across Nason Creek

    BNSF 4303 Leads A Baretable Across Nason Creek

    BNSF 4303 leads the BCHCSSE508A across Nason creek at Gaynor, WA. The crew was told that they would head in at Berne to wait for maintenance crews to get out of the Cascade tunnel.
  13. The Slot

    The Slot

    A westbound auto rack crossing over the Nason Creek and White Pines road trestle and about to enter the slot a slice cut thru a rock formation for the road bed, pulling hard up grade to the top of Stevens Pass to Berne and the summit and then in to the Cascade tunnel and on down the other side...
  14. UP 5099 at Salt Creek

    UP 5099 at Salt Creek

    About 45 minutes behind Amtrak, the UP 5099 leads a Northbound manifest across the Salt Creek Trestle.
  15. Amtrak 14 at Salt Creek

    Amtrak 14 at Salt Creek

    Amtrak #14, the Northbound Coast Starlight, crosses the Salt Creek Trestle near Heather on UP's Cascades Crossing.
  16. Westbound Climbing through Encina Hill Loop

    Westbound Climbing through Encina Hill Loop

  17. CP Grain at Maple Creek

    CP Grain at Maple Creek

    Maple Creek Saskatchewan, home of the CP Maple Creek Subdivision. This is one of 3 trains caught within 20 minutes.
  18. Austin Creek trestle

    Austin Creek trestle

    A closer view of Austin Creek Trestle on Mullan Pass
  19. High Tide at Bridge 14

    High Tide at Bridge 14

    You can't get much more in to the water "thing" than this. Taken from my kayak at high tide. A UP Garbage train heads south across the lift bridge (Bridge 14) at Chambers Creek.
  20. Heading For Cajon Station - Main #2

    Heading For Cajon Station - Main #2

    Westbound BNSF H1 Dash 9-44CW #1067 leads a train of doublestacks down through Drawbar Flats over Cajon Creek on Main #2 approaching Cajon Station on December 15, 2007.



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