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.
BNSF 4497 going under the newly open Olympic Sculpture Park on Seattle's waterfront. Note all the people on the ledge watching the train pass.
Yeah, its got a Hemi...
thedieselshop.us lists BNSF 2189 as a GP38X.
This unit has since been renumbered to BNSF 1711.
UPDATE: this unit was originally CB&Q 333, then BN 6135, here BNSF 6135, then BNSF 1711, and the latest is that it is now BNSF 1551, and ... (more)
A closeup of the BNSF 2205 switch at Boeing with power in the distance.
UP 4354 rolls by Boeing in South Seattle.
The Home Run service waits to depart as the Empire Builder readies itself to back into King Street Station
Remote control loco number 8167 looks great in a fresh coat of paint. It's just came out of the paint booth at CEECO in Tacoma. This unit has been derated to 2300 hp for yard service. The plow has... (more)
Amtrak Cab Control Car 90340 has found some sun in Seattle as it rests at the locomotive shop south of Holgate Street.
Sound Transit 907, 910, and 905 wait for the evning "rush".
A Sound Transit trainset sits outside the Talgo shop north of Holgate Street.
BNSF 3606 shoves hard on a cut of loaded stacks.
AMTK 509 rand SDRX 905 face off at Holgate Street.