Some local power sitting at Vancouver in the morning.
GP39-2 2948 departs from Vancouver Yard and pushes east on the Fallbridge Sub.
Executive Mac 9800 gets some sunshine in Vancouver.
CN power, with BCOL 4648 moves past power taken off of yesterdays H-TACVAW.
Crossing the Columbia River just after sundown, a BNSF Railway local crosses the 1908-built, 2,807-foot-long (856 m) swing span bridge – BNSF Railway Bridge 9.6 – and, as it does, crosses from Ore... (more)
One of Amtrak’s Amtrak Cascades trains, number 508 heading from Oregon’s Eugene/Springfield to Seattle, Washington, passes the BNSF Railway’s Vancouver Yard after departing the station just... (more)
A throw back to summer two years ago, when it was more common to see the many different dash-9 paint jobs rolling around the BNSF system. Most, if not all these H1 & warbonnets are stored at the m... (more)
The one of a kind H1 painted 1454 leads a trash train through Vancouver Yard.
Burlington Northern Electric Trailer ET-2 at Vancouver WA July 1974. ET-2 was built in May 1960 as Northern Pacific ET-2 from retired VO660 650. NP built 3 Electric Trailers and mated them to SW12... (more)
Saved! SP bay window caboose 4729 has been a longtime fixture at Albina Yard in Portland. The car was gutted early this year of asbestos in preparation for scrapping. Fortunately, it was purchased... (more)
UP 1995 departs Vancouver after waiting for a NB BNSF Q train. The Lake Transfer passes at the left.
CP Heritage 7011 brings up the rear DPU on an empty UP oil. Rainclouds recently just broke and the sun and a rainbow appeared as the train continues east.
A Portland & Western local starts its journey back to Oregon as it departs Vancouver Yard for the bridge over the Columbia River. Today, this scene would look slightly different, as the searchligh... (more)
Two Burlington Northern classics rest in Vancouver Yard.
In order to serve the Pacific Northwest’s two largest cities, Amtrak’s Empire Builder added a Portland section in 1981, with the train splitting in two at Spokane, Washington, and continuin... (more)