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  1. Baretable at Wicopee

    Baretable at Wicopee

    An amply-powered northbound Baretable works it way downgrade through Wicopee, OR.
  2. UP 5461 north Salt Creek Trestle

    UP 5461 north Salt Creek Trestle

    UP 5461 north leads a B Train across the Salt Creek Trestle over Oregon ST HWY 58. Sunshine is trying to burn through the low clouds.
  3. Lazy Railfanning on the Scenic Sub

    Lazy Railfanning on the Scenic Sub

    I'm watching football and hear a baretable train coming toward my house. We have a few inches of snow on the ground here in Western Washington and it is causing some problems with train operations. This train had to hand line the switch at West Monroe because it was clogged with snow. The train...
  4. Baretables South on the Oregon Trunk..

    Baretables South on the Oregon Trunk..

    FURX #7289 is crossing the short bridge at MP 4.9 on the Oregon Trunk.. The north switch Moody is right behind my back.. He is 5 miles into a 152 mile journey to the next crew change at Bend, Or.
  5. Shooting through a Window

    Shooting through a Window

    This shot was taken through an open window on a active covered bridge at Westfir, OR. An empty baretable lead by two UP SD70M's head up the hill to Oakridge.
  6. Clear Mountain Mornings

    Clear Mountain Mornings

    A southbound baretable highballs Willow Springs, California on BNSF's Gateway Subdivision in August 2004. The train is 114 miles out of Klamath Falls, heading for a crew change at Keddie.
  7. CSX #400 west into the Sunset at Quincy, Washington

    CSX #400 west into the Sunset at Quincy, Washington

    CSX #400 along with the BNSF #6359 lead a baretable west on the main through Quincy, Washington towards a crew change 35 miles west at Wenatchee, Washington. It was my 1st baretable on the Columbia River Subdivision..
  8. My First B&W

    My First B&W

    My first attempt of a black and white photo is UP train IPDSE about to pass under an overpass in Kelso, WA.
  9. Diamond Lake, OR - 8/28/04

    Diamond Lake, OR - 8/28/04

    A northbound UP manifests blasts through Diamond Lake, OR, while a southbound BNSF "baretable" waits in the hole in this after-sunset photo. Rob Jacox photo, August 28, 2004.
  10. Ibis Haze

    Ibis Haze

    Two units power a westbound baretable where the tracks come together near Hwy. 95.
  11. Baretable in the Gorge

    Baretable in the Gorge

    An eastbound baretable enters Lyle, WA in the Columbia River Gorge
  12. Over the top at Frost, California

    Over the top at Frost, California

    GM built SD40-2 No. BNSF7857 leads cabless GP60B No. 345 over the natural cross-over at Frost near Victorville, California. The train is transfering empty container wagons back to the Port of Long Beach for further shipments of containers towards the east. 25 April, 2003. 09.51Hrs.




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