UP SW9 1838 and SW7 1816 relax under threatening skies at Argo Yard, Seattle, WA, in May 1976. The two switchers display slightly different color schemes, emphasizing the 60s era slogan on the 183... (more)
NW2 No. 459 idles not far from downtown Seattle.
The BATMOBILE! Two end cars and a Bistro sit in the Seattle yard, showing off the aesthetic fins designed to make the transition from the ultra tall F59PHI locomotives that mate perfectly with bi... (more)
Two Sounder sets lay over in the yard, and if you look close you can see the unit on the left has a different shade of white paint.
An Amtrak Cascades train pulls out of King Street Station.
The Empire Builder heads past the Space Needle in the background. All of the police presence and barricades are due to Hemp Festival taking place in the nearby park.
The Empire Builder heads past the Space Needle in the background of this scenic downtown setting. All of the police presence and barricades are due to Hemp Festival taking place in the nearby par... (more)
Two matched Amtrak Cascades sets sit next to each other in the station. Highway signs in the area make it very clear as where to find Amtrak stations.
The Empire Builder rests in King Street Station in downtown Seattle after discharging passengers but before heading to the yard.
The interior ceiling of the Talgo Bistro (or Cafe) car on this Amtrak Cascades train has a neat geographical mural of the region with accent lights. I wasn't able to see the inside of the newer Se... (more)
One of Amtrak's ugly Talgo cab cars departs Seattle with a southbound Cascades train.
UP 2451 sits outside the diesels shops along with some SD40-2 units at the UP Argo yard in 1986.
A old BN SD60M leads a manifest south past Carkeek Park
The eastbound Empire Builder leaving Seattle on time for the cross-country trip to Chicago.
The southern most 200' of the Alaska Railroad is not in Alaska, but rather Washington State. On a nice summer evening in Seattle, the UP Barge job is unloading the barge that has the distinction... (more)