One of WSDOT's new, stale, SC44 "Charger" locomotives is in dynamic braking for its station stop at Centralia as it heads towards Portland with a Saturday morning Cascade service from Ki... (more)
Amtrak Cascades train 501, lead by a Talgo Series 8 cab car with an EMD F59PHI providing the power, pulls into the station platform at Centralia, WA.
MILW 992154 brings up the rear of a Portland bound train at Blakesley Jct., WA just after crossing the UP line to Grays Harbor. The train is skirting the edge of Centralia before getting on BN tra... (more)
MILW GP9 no. 285 leads a mix of EMDs and a GE on a Portland bound freight at Blakesley Jct., at Centralia, WA as it is about to cross BN and UP diamonds that lead those roads to Grays Harbor. The ... (more)
Western Washington Railroad job at Ford's Prairie (Blakeslee JCT), about to come off the line from Maytown with a couple of propane tank cars for the BN yard in Centralia, Washington. Down the str... (more)
After a little more than an hour into its trip after starting the day at Maytown this Western Washington RR shuttle train is about to reach Blakeslee Junction with a couple of outgoing empty propa... (more)
A BN SD60M leads grain south through downtown Centralia.
A PSAP transfer job throttles up at Blakeslee Junction in Centrailia, WA. The two GP15's in the consist were just recently repainted in the G&W orange.
BNSF GP38-2 #2012 waits overnight for something to switch while a northbound vehicle train illuminates her head end.
Yes she still is a Pepsi Can. Paint doesn't change that. She is pushing the day's first southbound from Seattle.
An empty BNSF coal train passes a north bound grain train in front of the Centralia, Washington depot.
Amtrak 24 propels the 1450 Portland to Vancouver, Cascades, out of Centralia.WA. BNSF locos 2276, 8286 and 5439 are also present.
A piece of Northern Pacific railroading history stands guard outside its home station in Centralia, WA.
Running a little late, Cascades #501 makes the shortest station stop I've ever seen; under 45 seconds. In a rare turn of events, P42 #144 is pushing up the rear. The historic Centralia Station w... (more)