One of the most spectacular scenes in western railroading has to be the area where the Stevens Pass mainline passes over the top of Sunset Falls. The cateract drops a few hundred feet below the deck girder bridge. In the right season one can see Salmon flailing upstream (without a chance) to climb the falls. In the afternoon during the seasons when the sun rests to the south the light sets a perfect scene here. In this shot we see a westbound descending over the bridge near Index Washington.