The Builder rolls over a glass-smooth Salmon Bay.
Another F59 broken down on the Cascades, another mis-matched P42 replacement.
It's a rare day in Seattle when snow sticks to the ground. This large storm created many opportunities for snowy photographs in the city!
The Builder crosses the Ballard bridge on this beautifully sunny May day.
Before the Sounder disappears into the trees after crossing bridge 6.3 it gives us one last peek.
The first Sounder of the evening brings commuters across bridge 6.3, giving them a stunning view of the Ballard Locks.
The early northbound Sounder creeps over the Salmon Bay Bridge just after the sun disappears behind a cloud. Built in 1908 by the Army Corps of Engineers, the Ballard Locks stand in the backgroun... (more)
The Empire Builder begins its eastern journey by crossing the Salmon Bay Bridge over the Ballard Locks with many stormy clouds miles away in the Cascades.