A favorite train watching location in the Puget Sound Region is along Sunset Blvd. in Edmonds, just north of the ferry slip. BNSF's mainline hugs the shoreline, and numerous Amtrak, Sounder and BN... (more)
Cascades 518 sprints through a golden sunset on the south Puget Sound. Just past the Steilacoom Ferry dock, it's about 15 minutes late, but right on time of the sunset.
Cascades 505 heads to Portland on the tail end of a snow storm that brought a fair amount of sea level snow to the Puget Sound. The storm also brought some wind, kicking up the waves along the so... (more)
Amtrak Cascades train 501, lead by a Talgo Series 8 cab car with an EMD F59PHI providing the power, pulls into the station platform at Centralia, WA.
Cascades in the Carolinas. While a couple NCDOT units were out for PTC installation, Amtrak sent a Cascade F59PHI unit to pinch-hit. Here, train 75 rolls over the Yadkin River to en route Charlott... (more)
A WDTX Charger shoves Cascades train 518 north through a beautiful sunset.
While some of the normal power is in Colorado for Positive Train Control testing, a borrowed Amtrak Cascades locomotive leads Amtrak's Piedmont service train number 74 north through Greensboro, NC... (more)
As the sun begins to set, Amtrak Cascades train #519 rolls south along the Bellingham Bay in Bellingham, WA on July 6th, 2018.
As the sun sets in the west concluding another day, Amtrak Cascades NPCU #90230 leads train #518 out of the Bellingham, WA station and on towards Vancouver, BC on July 8th, 2018.
WDTX 1407 leads Cascades train 518 north through a beautiful sunset.
A train from Vancouver BC passes through Samish on its way to Seattle.
A northbound Amtrak Cascades train departs the station at Edmonds, Washington, on the morning of June 30, 2006.
During a break between storms, some nice evening sun illuminates Cascades 507 and Mt Rainier, in the north end of the Puyallup Valley.
On a warm Saturday morning, Amtrak 502 races north along the Puget Sound near Steilacoom, WA with F59PHI #470 on point.
A Cascades train hustles past the sidings of the St Johns trench.