A pair of geeps with a trio of Boeing cargo cars sitting along the coastline of Edmonds on a cold, but beautiful morning. I find it very humorous that a Washington license plate was attached to th... (more)
After two trips "up the hill" to the Boeing assembly plant today, BNSF geeps 2081 and 2361 prepare to return to Everett, pushing the caboose (this one, freshly painted in the BNSF "power bar" sche... (more)
Boeing aircraft assemblies that arrive by sea at the Port of Everett are off-loaded onto a barge, then moved across the harbor to this dock, recently opened near the bottom of BNSF's five-percent-... (more)
Wait 'til Wal-Mart, Costco, et al. get ahold of this type of Big Box operation! The Boeing Local has just descended from the assembly plant uphill in Everett with big-box containers for transport... (more)
Oversized aircraft parts containers on the Boeing local. A good argument for shipping by rail -- can you imagine loads like this on area streets daily?
With sand and Run 8, the Boeing Local puts its might into shoving the Boeing cars up the twisting 5 percent ascent to the assembly plant, the world's largest building, at the top of the hill. Not... (more)
Two Boeing hill qualified GP38-2s lead the Thornwood turn through English/Lakewood.
GP38-2 #2081 leads a GP39-2 and another GP38-2 at a crawl up Napavine Hill between Chehalis and Napavine, WA. Train is L-NWE-601 (Everett to Longview)