BNSF's "rocket" pulls Boeing 737 fuselages south through Seattle towards Renton with a classic Burlington Northern painted GP38-2 leading.
A pair of SDP40Fs in the later styling head up the Coast Starlight as it prepares for departure from Seattle's King St. Station. The units are blocking the southbound main track, thus a BN transfe... (more)
Train 17, the North Coast Hiawatha has arrived at King St. Station powered by F45s Nos. 6640 and 6625, supported by an E8B converted to a heater car. This view shows the power after being disconne... (more)
ODOT2 and a P42 sit side by side, 2 faces only a mother could love.
Amtrak's Veteran unit #42 with the Amtrak Exhibit train. Such a great looking locomotive, kudos Amtrak for honoring our Vets!
Empire Builder ready to depart Seattle.
Morning fog begins to slowly break up, exposing the Seattle Skyline, as the Coast Starlight backs into Union Station to begin boarding passengers.
The Seattle skyline is an impressive backdrop for King St. Station. Taken from a passing geometry train.
The Northbound Palmetto pulls into King St. Station as a conductor enjoys the view from the baggage car.
The locomotive brings up the rear of this Cascades trainset as it glides into its final destination: King St. Station
This Sounder rolls past the platform to switch tracks inside the tunnel while the King St. flagger mans the switch.
The F59PHI is a beautiful machine, seen both in Amtrak Cascades (background) and Sounder (foreground) livery.
Homages to our nation's rich railroading history adorn the walkway over the King Street platforms.
Standing inside a Tacoma bound Sounder train you can see an Everett bound train boarding on the other side of the platform with another Sounder and the Empire Builder occupying the two mains behin... (more)
With sunrise half an hour away, the Sounder is bathed in light from the station.