The last northbound Sounder train crosses the new Sounder bridge, where once stood the historic Milwaukee Road S-Curve trestle. In a few days, Main 1 (right) will be connected to the platform t... (more)
It's the day 2 of Sound Transit's +4 schedule. Train 1520, the first afternoon northbound train to Seattle is having some problems and is behind schedule. It was supposed to have left nearly 20 ... (more)
Now THIS is aerial photography! While on the final approach to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on an Alaska Airlines flight from Reno, we were just exiting a low arc over downtown Seattle whe... (more)
An Edmonds ferry is docked at the slip as a westbound Sound Transit commuter train passes milepost 18 at Edmonds, Washington, on the crystal clear morning of June 30, 2006.
Three months has passed since the Milwaukee S Curve Trestle was taken out of service, and the first half of Sound Transit’s new concrete bridge hosted it’s first train. A lot of progress has been... (more)
Sound Transit Train 1511 pulls out of the Coach Yard at Lander Street and backs down the main up to King Street Station in downtown Seattle.
Sounder F59PHI 908 pushes train 1704 north past Carkeek Park.
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.
The first southbound Sounder is crossing the historic Milwaukee Road S-Turn trestle on its way to the Tacoma Dome Station (aka Freighthouse Square). Just to the right you can see the arch enemy o... (more)
The first evening rush hour Sounder train heads north past Carkeek Park with a F59PHI at the rear providing the power.
Sound Transit southbound service to Seattle approaches Edmonds station at 06:38 with Puget Sound as the backdrop. EMD F59PHI #905 is providing the lead power.
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.
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.
A strange thing to see on a Sunday, especially with two locomotives. As it turns out this is a PTC test train, included sand bag weighted cars (7). Here it is cresting the top of 2.85% grade, th... (more)