This is a BNSF Vehicle train, led by an NS unit, with a CP 8127 as a tail-end DPU.
A Seattle to Portland manifest wraps around the Tacoma Narrows as is heads by the old Steilacoom passenger depot.
Amtrak Cascade behind an NPCU converted from an old F40PH passes the abandoned Steilacoom station.
A Union Pacific stack train head around the curve and towards Tacoma Narrows as it passes through picturesque Steilacoom Washington.
Cascades 518 sprints through a golden sunset on the south Puget Sound. Just past the Steilacoom Ferry dock, it's about 15 minutes late, but right on time of the sunset.
Cascades 505 heads to Portland on the tail end of a snow storm that brought a fair amount of sea level snow to the Puget Sound. The storm also brought some wind, kicking up the waves along the so... (more)
A Northern Pacific survivor in Steilacoom, WA.
Charging along the Water: Amtrak Cascades train 518 rolls along the shores of Puget Sound through Steilacoom, Washington. Pulling the train is Washington Department of Transportation number... (more)
Seahawks at Steilacoom: The Seahawks cab car number 90250 brings up the rear of train 518 as it heads through Steilacoom and toward Chambers Bay.
Sunset on the Sound: Just before sunset, a BNSF grain train heads along Puget Sound near Steilacoom, Washington. Fall has arrived in the Pacific Northwest.
A Siemens Charger locomotive leads southbound train 505 along Puget Sound at Steilacoom, Washington. Earlier in the day, this set was originally running as southbound train 517 between Vancouver a... (more)
Amtrak F59PHI 466 leads the last southbound Cascades train of the day along Puget Sound between Tacoma and Olympia. Built in 1998, this locomotive is running out its last days in Amtrak service.
In the early evening an oil train rolls through the town of Steilacoom along the shores of Puget Sound, destined for the refinery at Anacortes, Washington.
Some of these locomotives were being ferried to Pasco via the HINBROO817A garbage train which was passing over bridge 14 at Chambers Bay AKA "West Tacoma" along Puget Sound. The picture... (more)