A friendly wave from a beach goer to the daily Empire Builder.
BNSF 793 highballs though the yellow glow of the evening sun.
Two train in view. An eastbound Z train and heading towards Edmonds, a westbound Q train in the last few minutes of light.
The train is driving itself! Run in fear! Actually, the last Sounder of the week is in push mode heading north.
The daily trash train pauses in Edmonds for the last Sounder.
Another fine morning at Sunset Avenue, overlooking Puget Sound. And another opportunity to admire a perfectly matched set of Amtrak's "slinkies."
An older generation of photographers decried the lack of steam and smoke from the new diesels -- made it difficult to tell they were moving! Now, with the demise of cabooses and advent of distrib... (more)
Two late Amtrak's were all that kept BNSF 4917 from rolling forward. Now that they're both long gone, the crew can finally take their hot z-train the last 30 miles to South Seattle.
Its a sunny day, low tide, and a late Amtrak. BNSF 4917 hides in the bushes and creeps towards the photographer JUST out of view. All is right in the little town by the Sound.
On the first real nice weekend of the season, people are enjoying the low tide beach at Picnic Point. This group is among the more responsible, picking a game of volleyball to play rather than ... (more)
This shiny new locomotive pulls a hot Seattle bound Z train through Edmonds.
This colorful consist of power pulls a stack train North.
A hot southbound Z train blasts through Edmonds.
A unit train of potash from Canada heads to the ports to be used on Chinese farms.
A storm rolls on shore as this stack train heads to Seattle.