With the rest of the city crippled by the snow, the Link runs on time and with no delays.
Sometimes, everything just comes together. A beautiful sunset, a jet taking off, and a train. A United puddle jumper, for some reason, lifts off towards the end of the runways at SeaTac Internatio... (more)
After attending the first day of service to SeaTac Airport on a cloudy, misty day, I decided to come back out once the sun decided to show up. Luckily, Seattle weather did an about face and provid... (more)
A rather colorless background despite living in the Evergreen State. The colors have long since disappeared, replaced with the even hues of brown and dirt. Over the Emerald City, the sun and blue ... (more)
New light rail line pounds over week-old rails towards the SeaTac Airport. The Cascade Mountain range stands over the Puget Sound region to the east, many miles away. The new Link viaduct looks li... (more)
Heading south along MLK, shiny new LRV's mingle with cars at a reasonable pace of 35mph. Testing is nearing completion as the July 18th opening day creeps near.
Under a clutter of catenary, a two car Link Light Rail train rolls along MLK Way. Each 2-car train can carry 400 passengers. That's equivalent to 354 cars or 10 articulated buses. In this shot are... (more)
New Link Light Rail trains emerge from darkness into the light on a regular basis now. Within a couple of months of the new lines opening, the new smooth, silent trains are still a wonder to those... (more)
BCR 4619 South descends down the Fraser River Canyon towards Lillooet.
They weren't MLWs but a pair a new GEs still made for a nice looking train.
I think this is the MacKenzie Switcher on the return run to Prince George.
BCR 645 South is just pullling away from the yard in Dawson Creek enroute to Chetwynd.