The Coast Starlight crosses Olequa Creek late in the afternoon just outside the town of Winlock, making its way to terminus at Seattle.
Amtrak's midday southbound Talgo passes the world's largest egg.
Coming down the south side of Napavine Hill, approaching Avery Road crossing. A caution board is in place on account of a bridge replacement project at Antrim Road overpass a mile or so back up th... (more)
At Hawkins Rd on the south side of the summit of Napavine Hill near Evaline, Washington the train was down to a crawl (7 mph), but slowly gaining momentum out of a curve.
It's Winlock Egg Day but BNSF's Everett to Vancouver manifest freight has customers to serve and is making track speed rolling down the Napavine Hill grade. Winlock is home to the worlds largest ... (more)
In a driving rain the King Tut unit leads a northbound Cascade through Winlock in the late evening. I did not even know this unit was work on this day, but when it came by it put a smile on my fa... (more)
On a fast section of double-track southbound at Ferrier Road, Train 11 was sporting some fancy-pants power today, the recently unveiled Veterans' unit #42 with #156 bloody nose Amtrak Heritage. T... (more)
UP heading south between Winlock and Vader in Southwest Washington.
On the day of the Autumn Leaf Slideshow hosted by Robert Scott, Amtrak #11 rolls through the s-curve at Winlock, WA leaving some Fall colors behind.
Southbound Cascades #513 rolls around the corner at Hawkins Road and passes some Fall colors on the Seattle Subdivision.
In the last light of day Amtrak#508 passes the former egg factory in Winlock, WA.
A Roberts Bank, BC bound coal train climbs up Napavine Hill in Winlock, WA.
Having been withdrawn for repair to suspension components, the Northwest's iconic Talgo trainsets are beginning to return to Cascade Service. Welcome back!
Not all Warbonnet look terrible. This ex ATSF Dash 9 stands out against the fall colors on the Seattle Sub.
The southbound Coast Starlight curves into Winlock