This is no April Fool's joke. A quartet of former Erie-Lackawanna Alco C425s arrived at BN's Interbay facilities en route from the newly formed Conrail to new owner BC Rail. BN handled the units w... (more)
The Empire Builder has exited the tunnel under Seattle and is proceeding through North Portal interlocking on its way north to Everett, WA before turning east to head over Stevens Pass towards Chi... (more)
Sound Transit F59PHI No. 603 gets hand-washed at Seattle, Washington, on May 28, 2008. In the background are Amtrak EMD F59PHI No. 468 and Amtrak’s eastbound Empire Builder equipment.
Sounder 902 in downtown Seattle in the travel by ORCA scheme.
A Spokane to Seattle manifest with a pair of 737's behind the power arrives at Interbay on a beautiful clear morning in downtown Seattle.
Sound Transit equipment lays over at the coach yard in Seattle, Washington, on May 28, 2008. Dominating the background is Seattle Mariners’ ballpark Safeco Field and its retractable roof.
Back When Permission to Visit Was RoutineIn Seattle, Washington, the Burlington Northern's main locomotive facility was Interbay, just north of downtown. In September 1991, BN SD40... (more)
Amtrak's Empire Builder gets special car "City of Spokane" for its rear on a nice day in May 1994. The eastbound train is just leaving Seattle for Spokane and points east.
The Little Green Caboose?Bringing up the end of a local, Burlington Northern caboose 10345 was formerly Chicago Burlington & Quincy 13575. This waycar (which is what the &qu... (more)
Westbound Great Northern SDP40 9854 with BN numbers at Seattle, Washington May 24,1970.
Twenty two years ago this was Seattle's skyline as viewed by Empire Builder passengers exiting the tunnel under the city at North Portal. A Marriott Hotel now occupies the vacant lot next to the t... (more)
Great Northern 99 works GN equipment at the King Street Station.
Three sets of Northern Pacific passenger F-units await their next train at the King Street Station.
Converted from a steam locomotive tender, steam generator car H-4 lays over in Seattle. Note the covers on the the rolling bearing trucks.