When Washington Central painted their F units in Yakima for service on the Renton dinner train, Keith Ardinger arranged a photo freight on WCRC before the units were shipped west. The train opera... (more)
Washington Central F9PHA, ex B&O F3A 165 ,leads the Sprit Of Washington Dinner Train Northbound along Lake Washington.
Washington Central’s two former MARC (Maryland Transit Administration) EMD F9PH Nos. 82 and 84 sit silently at the small enginehouse at Yakima, Washington, on May 31, 2008. These locomotives were ... (more)
The Spirit of Washington dinner train rambles north along former Milwaukee Road trackage in Kirkland, Washington. The Washington Central Railroad operated a luxury dinner train for 15 years on 22 ... (more)
The Spirit of Washington dinner train creeps across the fabulous 102 ft. high, 975 ft. long Wilburton Trestle (blt. 1891) in Bellevue, Washington. The Washington Central operated this luxury dinne... (more)
Passengers depart as the former B&O/MARC F unit rests after pulling the Washington State Dinner train on this warm summer evening.
The Spirit of Washington Dinner train makes its first run up the Tacoma Gulch with passengers on board. This trip was a VIP run the afternoon of August 3rd, 2007.
Later that evening they ran t... (more)
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31 days to go for the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train on the Woodinville Sub. View of the train next to the station.
Spirit of Washington Dinner Train on the Washington Central Railroad. Former MARC (Maryland DOT) F9PH 82. Former Milwaukee Road trackage in Renton, WA.