Some of you may be aware of the Camas Prairie Railroad near Lewiston, Idaho, founded as a joint Northern Pacific-Union Pacific venture around the turn of the 20th century. Its Second Subdivision, which climbs more than 3,000 feet from Spalding (east of Lewiston) to Grangeville...
BNSF 5963 leads its long loaded westbound grain train as it climbs the westbound grade at Naples,Idaho.The three AC units take the grade in
stride.There are an ES44AC and AC4400CW up front and a DPU AC4400CW pusher on the rear.
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.
NS 2383 SW1500 sub-lettered for the CNOTP hauls a string of cars past the 27th St. Interlock under the Red Mountain Expressway and heads toward Sloss Furnace and 32nd Street, a GREAT place to shoot the NS.
The former Eastern Idaho 2274 GP30 built in April 1962 as the Reading 5506. Later, to be renumbered the 3606 and ending up with Conrail as the 2174 before ending up with the Eastern Idaho Railroad.
Seen on the NS P Line (Central of Georgia) in Camp Hill, AL.
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Every Summer Eastern Washington and parts of Idaho endure a dust storm or two. As witnessed by the crew of this westbound at Hauser, Idaho. Dust storms are nasty, they leave a gritty taste in your mouth, and irritates your eyes.
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