On a rare sunny Spring day in Edmonds this consist of empties heads from Everett to Blamer Yard in Seattle.
Another day on the job, loading baggage onto the Builder while the passengers board.
After 7.8 miles of darkness 8081 emerges into the bright summer light.
One of those lucky shots, caught the loco in a gap in the trees while my friend was driving.
The first sounder of the evening heads past the signal.
The 2nd Sounder of the evening high balls to Everett.
After "passenger hour" BNSF makes up for lost time moving a lot of freight through the Scenic Sub.
This mixed train heads west to Seattle.
The Home Run special takes Mariners fans home after a day at the ball park.
After doing yard duty in Wisconsin this unit has moved to yard work in Spokane, note the flag on the nose.
After track work was done on the Pend Oreille bridge this was the first train to cross.
This switcher was sitting in the yard while another loco was breaking apart a tanker train
Gotta love the Scenic Sub, from mountains to beaches it sure is "scenic".
Getting up early I was able to catch the morning Cascades.
The Sounder passes by Meadowdale beach on it's way to take commuters home to Everett.