In August 1972, BN E8 No. 9949 rests between assignments on the Seattle-Portland trains. The big E8A is sitting outside the shops at Interbay Yard.
An assortment of paint schemes inhabits stalls at BN's roundhouse at Interbay Yard. Workmen here use the turntable not only for access to the roundhouse, but also to turn power headed south to Por... (more)
A couple of BN workmen give E8 No. 9947 a ride on the turntable at Interbay Yard. They're helping prepare the silver lady for her next Amtrak assignment on a Seatlle-Portland train. Eventually she... (more)
EMD 5, EMD 6, EMD 7 and BN 4003 roll through Argo Yard in Seattle. This was the second trip the EMD Demonstrator units made into Seattle with BN train 15.
On Sunday, July 2, 2017, Amtrak Cascades train #506 derailed just south of Tacoma, WA. F59PHI #467 and a new Series 8 Talgo, the "Mt. Jefferson" were damaged. At the time of this photo, ... (more)
The Seattle & North Coast RR was a short-lived (1980-1984) shortline that operated former Milwaukee Road trackage on Washington's Olympic Penninsula, with a carfloat connection to the rest of the ... (more)
Freshly rebuilt and painted. It looks like the unit has been assigned to Balmer Yard for local service.
The Coastal Transportation Company Frozen Fish Handling Terminal in Seattle uses a Plymouth ML-8 switcher to move refrigerated rail cars. The company use a fleet of ships to move frozen fish and o... (more)
A classic branch line locomotive, BN (ex-GN) NW5 No. 987 sits outside the Interbay Shops in Seattle.
Now THIS is aerial photography! While on the final approach to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on an Alaska Airlines flight from Reno, we were just exiting a low arc over downtown Seattle whe... (more)
A fairly new GE product is in the lead on this high-priority Z train from Chicago, as seen here speeding along the Puget Sound just north of Seattle, which is the train's final destination.
EMDs idle on the turntable tracks in front of their roundhouse stalls. The big 45 was built as Northern Pacific No. 3601.
BNSF 6145 and five other SD9s await their uncertain future at BNSF's Interbay roundhouse area. They wear various shades of BN green, and former BN 6122 still wears a BN logo. Joining the group is ... (more)