BN 5505,4017 head east along the Mississippi on 144 near Genoa. At the time the C30-7's were normally assigned to coal service so catching one here on a manifest was quite unusual.
Your classic A-B-B-B-A F-Unit lashup getting the job done on the Sumas Sub.
144 rolling through Deming at sunrise with the usual F's/Geeps lashup and a good sized train.
These F-Units are about to give Acme its morning wake up call.
Remember when you were gung-ho enough about trains to be chasing them at 5AM? 144 with 5 F-Units is just west of Sedro Woolley on the ex-GN Anacortes to Concrete Branch.
BN 144 is the early morning train to Sumas exiting Mt. Vernon and entering Burlington.
BN 144 (Interbay-Sumas) zipping through Silvana on the way to Burlington where it will hang a right onto the Sumas Sub.
Top view of BN 842 North at Wickersham.
The thundering herd of Geeps and F's roar through Wickersham northward to Sumas.