Amtrak Cascades passes some scenic country along the Puget Sound.
Amtrak crossing the Willamette River Railroad Bridge. The span was built by the SP&S railroad in 1908 and continues to serve traffic of the BNSF railroad and leasers of the line.
An Amtrak Cascades crosses the Steel Bridge as it approaches its stop at Portland Union Station.
So close... literally one minute after the southbound Coast Starlight passed (photo: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=285498 ) the northbound Amtrak Cascades crosses bridge 14 with #46... (more)
Amtrak 500 heads north along the waters of Puget Sound. In the foreground is the Chambers Bay golf course, a links style course designed by Robert Trent Jones II
Former Amtrak F40PH 252, now a cabcar, is at the north end of Cascade 500 - making a morning stop at Vancouver on its way to Seattle.
Northbound Cascade 500 pushes northbound out of Union Station, under the maze of bridges in downtown Portland.
Morning northbound Cascade 500 pushes out of Union Station, with the cab control car on the south end for a change.
Amtrak train 500 is being pushed by the 461. The building on the left is the unused VC tower. In it's hayday, it controlled movements in and out of the depot.
Heading north out of Portland an early morning Cascades train breaks through fog crossing the massive BNSF bridge over the Willamette River
Amtrak #500 crossing the Columbia River on a foggy March morning.