BNSF ES44DC 7278 leads train H EVEROO8 24 past T-Mobile Park in Seattle.
An eastbound manifest rolls through the Butte Valley, in the shadow of Mount Shasta. The Friendly Southern Pacific has just a little over a year of independence remaining.
BNSF 4181 leading the Pasco - Barstow manifest through Cascan just two miles south of the Bend depot as it passes a single BNSF GP39-3 with two loaded centerbeams.
On my favorite stretch of mountain railroad in the country, a former "Pepsi Can" P32-8BWH leads Amtrak's northbound Coast Starlight past the former location of Cougar siding on the ex-So... (more)
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.
The Blue Bosporus Ship is docked at Temco Kalama, filling up on the contents of the grain train at the terminal. Like other grain terminals along the Columbia River, this one also has a dock for ... (more)
Recent increase of capacity of the Zenith oil terminal has brought backlash from local environmental groups and increased numbers of Canadian oil trains to the Portland area.
Having paused for Amtrak 28 at Washougal, an ethanol train is heading for a crew change at Vancouver, Washington.
Two SD75M rebuilds roll a trash train out of Vancouver.
A Barstow bound fright assembles in Vancouver.
With a little bit of dumb luck, i pulled up to the Vancouver train station and saw this empty trash train slowly pulling out of the station. With much haste i dashed to the top of the bridge to ca... (more)
A BNSF transfer from Vancouver has a former Colorado & Southern motor on point. These moves with the Lake Transfer power started last year, bringing BNSF EMD power to Albina Yard frequently.
One of the dwindling number of BN painted units in the PNW makes a move to switch the Port of Vancouver.
A Tacoma Rail job has a setout of mostly tractors for the Wallenius Wilhelmsen facility at EB1 on the Blair Waterway in Tacoma. Quite a selection of heavy machinery in the background.