BNSF Railway's Gateway Subdivision stretches 203 miles between Klamath Falls, Oregon and Keddie, California. This remote line traverses the semi-arid high country of extreme northern California meeting Union Pacific's route through the Feather River Canyon at the famous Keddie Wye. The southern Cascades and northern Sierra Nevada mountain ranges offer both scenic vistas and many challenges for railroaders who work here. Shot in beautiful Hi-Definition in all seasons, our cameras show trains pounding the diamond at Stronghold, enduring icy winter conditions at Lookout, climbing mountain grades of up to 2.2% near Almanor and nearly stalling while climbing out of the Feather River Canyon!
1 hour 52 minutes
Stereo Sound with Narration
1080i Hi-Definition Blu-ray BD-R
May be viewed with or without narration
A northbound Barstow to Pasco freight passes the north siding switch of Bieber on a chilly winter's day.
A former Burlington Northern SD40-2 leads a caboose past potato sheds at Hannchen, California.
A southbound BNSF crosses the Indian Creek Trestle as it heads toward Keddie.
After making a crew-change, a southbound BNSF crosses the famous landmark known as the Keddie Wye.
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