An original Kodachrome slide form my collection; the photographer was not specified.
AMTK 510 leads Amtrak 782 south as it skirts the Pacific Ocean one final time before beginning to bank inland for Los Angeles. Once there, the 510 and two additional coaches will be cut off having... (more)
A Peak Inside the World of Movie Making. Seen from high above through the eyes of a drone, we're able to see into Coriganville's current movie production lot as this morning's edition of Am... (more)
Yard Goats Save the Day. It's become common knowledge that train crews dislike having "Dash-8's" on mainline trains, especially when they're on the point. From rough riding in the... (more)
Amtrak GE P32-8BWH #510 leading Cascades Train #510 out of Edmonds on a beautiful Labor Day morning. The skies were nice and clear in the morning before the smoke from Eastern Washington heavily f... (more)
Amtrak PTC test train at Oneida,IL..
Rolling out of San Luis Obispo just a few minutes down, Amtrak 790, lead by the AMTK 510 with the private car "Silver Splendor" directly behind it, passes the site of the Southern Pacific (SP) rou... (more)
Amtrak engine 510 pulls Amtrak train 510 northward towards Bellingham, WA, ducking under the Chuckanut Drive overpass along the mud flats on the southeast side of Samish Bay.
Amtrak Cascades 517 from Vancouver,BC to Seattle running close to an hour late arrives at Edmonds.
Amtrak train 517 slows along Bellingham Bay for a stop at Fairhaven, the Bellingham station stop. The train from Vancouver is about 40 minutes late, but will provide passengers a sunset view of Ch... (more)
Some nice standard cab power leads the southbound Starlight. Note two baggage cars.
Amtrak's southbound Coast Starlight rolls through Crossing Alley in Downtown Portland.
A GE P32BWH/EMD F40PH combo lead Amtrak's California Zephyr east through Spanish Fork Canyon on Sept. 9, 1996.
The Northbound "Coast Starlight" Approaches San Luis station. With a P42 sandwiched between Dash-8's.
A Dash-8 directs the northbound Coast Starlight as it crosses the Willamette River and Franklin Blvd. through the especially grubby community of Glenwood.