BNSF 8850 leads an eastbound empty Unit Coal Train thru Thompson Falls,MT.It departed Centralia,WA headed for the Powder River coal fields for another load for the Centralia Steam Plant.The train is moving on the Thompson Falls siding after a westbound revenue freight passed.
This scene, viewed through the window of the Smiths Falls Via station, shows CP 9675 waiting on a crew change for Toronto to Montreal train 232. In the background, CP 8203 tends to yard duties. May 12/2008
Back in late 1996, a rare speed-lettered SP SW1500 switches the south end of the Klamath Falls, OR, yard, as the snow starts to fall.Canon EOS-10s 35mm, Kodacolor print, scanned on an HP flat bed scanner
Where else but on the Providence and Worcester Railroad, with a nice
mix of GE's in A-B-B-B-A combination, running thru
the Valley Falls yard under the historic Church Street bridge with
around 80 loads of ethanol
A northbound BNSF with four locomotives with four different paint schemes head north towards a crew change at Wishram, Washington about 40 miles away... This bridge is about 1-2 miles north of Sherar's Falls where Hwy. 216 crosses the Deschutes River..
Over eight hours late due to a detour over the UP and BNSF via Keddie and Bieber, the Coast Starlight receives passengers at Klamath Falls, Oregon. This is the same time in the afternoon that the northbound Shasta Daylight would have called on Klamath.
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