The BNSF Scenic Subdivision is nestled deep in the Pacific Northwest, and makes up the northern main line from Chicago
This route, which is approximately 140 miles in length, covers modern day operations on one of BNSF's busiest single
Starting in the east at Wenatchee Washington, the line traverses the fruit orchards and unique beauty of the rain
shadowed eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountain range.
Almost like day and night, you are propelled deep into the mountain forest, and must travel
through the 6 mile long Cascade Tunnel before you can descend Stevens Pass en route to Seattle.
The majority of the train movements involved container and piggyback traffic, with general merchandise and
lumber making up the difference.
The average day on this line sees about 24-30 trains, which is quite a bit for a stretch of single track railway.
* Several locomotives, including GE C44-9Ws, EMD SD40-2s, GE B40-8s, GE ES44ACs, and EMD GP38-2s
* 41 pieces of rolling stock
* 140 miles of busy single track railroading
* CTC Signals
* Custom built scenery and terrain objects
* Challenging Activities
* Custom sounds and cab views