Columbia River Gorge Part 2 – The BNSF Fallbridge Sub

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From the BNSF hump yard at Pasco and Vancouver: You'll see heavy Powder River Basin coal trains, hot Z trains, garbage trains, manifests, Amtrak's Empire Builder, and a special visit from SP Daylight steam locomotive #4449.

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The westward flow of the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean scores the boundary between the states of Oregon and Washington. It cuts through the heart of the Cascade Range creating a natural passage through the mountains known as the Columbia River Gorge. The river is busy with marine traffic for both business and pleasure.

Both banks of the Columbia are lined with steel rails and the competition between the railroads is great. In part 1 of this two-part series, we covered Union Pacific’s Portland Subdivision in Oregon, heading east to Hinkle Yard. Now let’s return west along the BNSF and see the gorge from the Washington side of the river.

We will begin at BNSF’s hump yard at Pasco and head over 200 miles to Vancouver. You’ll see heavy Powder River Basin coal trains, hot Z trains, garbage trains, manifests, Amtrak’s Empire Builder, and a special visit from SP Daylight steam locomotive #4449. One breathtaking image opens after another as the photographic possibilities here are endless. Join us for Columbia River Gorge Part 2: BNSF Railway’s Fallbridge Subdivision. This program was shot between June 2011 and June 2012.

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5 reviews for Columbia River Gorge Part 2 – The BNSF Fallbridge Sub

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Andyweise

    Got this video in error. Watched and kept. I had no interest in this video until after I saw it. Some of the best video footage shot in any video I’ve seen. Scenic and high quality. I loved the angles and vantage points. Learned a little about the line although it was one of the pentrex videos that focuses on run-bys and describing what is going on in the scene rather than interesting facts.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    nsss

    this is a must have.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    nssd60e

    This is a great video.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Everywhere West

    The trains and the scenery deserve the higher definition of Blu-ray. If you don’t have blu-ray, I am sure the DVD is good too, since the scenes and trains are the same! The trains are well presented here, and besides close-ups, we get to see the scenery the trains travel through. This is part 2 of a two parter and unlike some two volume series, this set is worth the extra time and money.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kevin Willie

    Great Video

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