The first Southbound for the evening commute. The new schedule, including an additional evening train, features #902 in it's special paint scheme honoring the city of Tacoma - City of Destiny. ... (more)
A SB UP intermodal rolls under the Tacoma Narrows Bridges.
A wheelie close family, until there's a job to do!
An odd couple indeed! A tired Warbonnet and an NS unit pulls a SB BNSF freight passed the forlorn Steilacoom Depot on a beautiful Pacific Northwest evening.
A Steam fans Dream !! Photo charter of the Battle Ground, Yacolt and Chelatchie Railroad's 2-8-2T #10, complete with a couple of freight cars, a coach and a caboose. An incredible day with a g... (more)
The trucks of UP 844's centipede tender. What fun re-railing these guys!!
A nice new shiny GEVO pulls this UP K-Line train from the Tacoma Rail Muni yard, through the BNSF Tacoma yard, out on to Main 1 of the BNSF Seattle Sub. Concrete ties for the new main line align... (more)
DPU Reflections on a rail, with a cloud capped Mt Rainier watching over this NB BNSF earthworm at Ruston.
A National Railway Equipment Co. Genset locomotive is taken for a short trial run at Tacoma Rail. A rather crowded cab is soon quite empty as the unit was less than satisfactory and the crew t... (more)
Half of the Blue Angels fly over a quartet of BNSF power awaiting there next assignment. The Blue Angels were performing for the annual Seafair.
Moon light illuminates the double track bridge over the Lewis River
A Southbound UP K-Line train crosses bridge 15.9 just south of the Anderson Island Ferry dock at Steilacoom. Consists features a BNSF unit and an ex-CNW unit (CNW 8637).
The Cascade 508 rolls through a glorious sunset enroute to Tacoma over lift bridge 14, near Steilacoom WA.
The Legends of Steam head south across the lift bridge 14, enroute to Portland. The shortened trains features SP 4449 and UP 844.
The lead unit of a derailed SB UP train. The 3 crew members reportedly rode the trip out with minimal injuries. Reported to have derailed, then collided with a NB UP, before going down the emba... (more)