An Amtrak Cascades train heads under the retractable canopy of Safeco Field, home of the Seattle Mariners pro ball team.
Still wearing original "Amtrak" lettering, this Amtrak Cascades train glides along the calm Colony Creek, providing a very nice reflection on a beautiful summer morning.
Still wearing original "Amtrak" lettering, this Amtrak Cascades train heads out of town past Century Link Stadium.
Golden light, but a mis-matched Cabbage! Argh! When this is a daily occurrence it makes me wish there were one standardized scheme.
Golden hour is upon us, and baking in the hottest weather the PNW region had seen all year was worth the wait to catch this Amtrak Cascades train hugging the shore of the Puget Sound.
On a hot 95 degree day, waiting for over 2 hours to capture an Amtrak Cascades train coming around the bend with perfect golden light upon the scene, two teens decide it was a good time to stop tr... (more)
The front of the locomotive received a nice wash and shows off its cleanness of the nose during a nice morning in Marysville.
Cascades 516, running about a half hour late, rolls along the south Puget Sound and Steilacoom, with a nice sunset and a crescent moonset in the background.
About to make a station stop at Edmonds.
Due to power issues, a cascade F59 was put on the point of #8. The conductor has just thrown the switches to head through the MNNR yard and into Midway station.
Under a very breezy, cold, but a beautiful Monday morning, Amtrak Cascades Train #513 makes their usual station stop at Edmonds.
Two things I was not expecting in Hastings today: 1) The Empire Builder, running 7 hours late, and 2) led by a Cascades F59!
On a beautiful fall afternoon, Cascades 509 pulls in to the station at King St, in downtown Seattle.
Not dressed for a public appearance, Amtrak F59PHI 465 sits at Amtrak's Seattle facility, with its mangled nose cone sitting on the ground nearby. This locomotive appears to have been involved in ... (more)