"Hey, it matches!"
Amtrak 184 is solo leading Amtrak train #7, the Empire Builder, over Gaynor Trestle on a cloudy early summer morning just east of the Cascade Tunnel and Berne Siding.... (more)
Morning freight to Mineral. The early morning fog is starting to thin at Roundtop Creek and some sun is just starting to filter through. The stillness of this calm, cool morning is sudden... (more)
Back in the days when matched sets of UP SD90's were common sight on the Washy, a southbound manifest emerges into a break in the clouds as it rolls across the massive Joso Bridge on a windy Septe... (more)
Mountain muscle. With the local vegetation and the rails still dripping wet from an afternoon downpour, Rayonier Willamette #2 charges upgrade toward the nearby Mineral Yard with a work tra... (more)
On a warm and sunny October morning, a BNSF Dash 9 and NS SD60I lead a manifest peacefully alongside the Columbia River as it continues its journey west down the Fallbridge Subdivision.
A UP intermodal and vehicle train heads south from Tacoma through Steilacoom on a sunny summer morning as beach goers enjoy a long July 4 weekend in 2004. Two versions of EMD SD70Ms head up this t... (more)
Fall in the Cascades. A few splashes of color brighten an otherwise gloomy fall day in Washington's Cascade Region, as Rayonier Lumber Willamette #2 brings a freight out of the deep woods a... (more)
Fall in the Cascades. A few splashes of color in the lush forest signal the onset of fall in Washington's Cascade Region, as Hammond Lumber #17 shuttles a short work train south from Elbe, ... (more)
Meet me at Park Junction. A Lerro Productions photo freight, with Rayonier Willamette #2 on the point, waits on the wye at Park Junction for the passage of the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad's... (more)
Tacoma Rail's Hill Job crossing Canyon Road while running around the wye at Frederickson.
Westbound grain train for export skirts the Columbia River on a chilly winter day.
Steamscape: Roundtop Creek. Rayonier Lumber Willamette #2 heads north out of Mineral, Washington, crossing the little wooden bridge over Roundtop Creek with string of log bunks.
BNSF 4719 leads a grain empty along the Columbia River, just about to enter the Drano Tunnel between Cooks, WA and Hood, WA.
Along the banks of the Columbia River, the Portland Section of the Empire Builder is about to duck into Tunnel 9, just west of Lyle at 15:25pm.