A P42DC leads an Amtrak Cascades train into Tacoma.
An eastbound freight passes through Tacoma, Wa. with a Union Pacific SD45 leading. Note the classic two digit road number.
The future is under construction! We are looking at the Sound Transit Tacoma Dome Station and the second train of the evening is disgorging it's Tacoma based clientele, while under the bright lig... (more)
The new "Early" Sounder, train 1507, crosses G Street on the historic Milwaukee S Curve trestle, as it approaches the Tacoma Dome Station.
It won't be long now, before trains are us... (more)
MILW 305, a late phase GP9 looks pretty dapper in its original scheme as it waits for its next assignment at Milwaukee Road's Tacoma Tide Flats yard 13 months before the demise of western extensio... (more)
A train is worked at the Tacoma Export Marketing Company facility.
NB grain passes the Temco facility and switchers.
Meet Tacoma Rail's newest locomotive. TMBL 2316, one of the first GP23ECO's. Built by Progress Rail just across the road in Tacoma. This is a "trade-in" for TR's GP20 2006. Sharing... (more)
The first southbound Sounder is crossing the historic Milwaukee Road S-Turn trestle on its way to the Tacoma Dome Station (aka Freighthouse Square). Just to the right you can see the arch enemy o... (more)
Serving the massive grain elevator on the north west side of town, this unit has been sidelined for some wheel work
Sunrise at Tacoma Yard with a former BN triclops in yard service.
Some Tacoma Rail switchers in the late afternoon sun with Mt. Rainer
The golden hour approaches as former BN 429 sits in Tacoma, as it has for about 8 years. This unit was involved in some sort of accident in the 2000's and was at CEECO before they closed. It seems... (more)
As the sun sets on a hot July day, former BN 9264 makes a reverse move to switch around the Port of Tacoma.
BNSF 6699 brings up the rear of a train along Ruston Ave. Mt. Rainier looms in the distance.