BNSF 1461 leads a transfer to Willbridge with a collection of Oilcans.
Welcome to the new age! The butt end of BNSF 1550, a 1954 built former GN SD9 sits on the turntable track with a former ATSF GP39-2.
A small pocket of sun illuminates BNSF 1746. This unit has been working Vancouver regularly since i've moved to the north west and sports some unique burn marks from apparently the dynamic brakes.... (more)
January had a lot more snow last year versus the practically no freezing temperatures we've had this year in Portland.
An ex-GN SD9, built in 1954 has gotten repainted into modern BNSF colors.
A year later without any snow on the ground, a conglomeration of EMD power gathers in Vancouver. BNSF 1550 is one of four SD9-3 rebuilds still working the BNSF, with a new coat of paint.
Things were a lot colder last year in the PNW.
On Pearl Harbor day 2017, a white faced BN SD60M idles on the turntable track with a GP39.
The Greenstein 'Executive' paint scheme still looks sharp on this pair of matching SD70MAC's.
Still hanging around after going the power pool this summer, BNSF 1461 hangs out with a contemporary GEVO and Warbonnet
An old BN GP38-2, still retaining the nose marker lights makes a reverse move with a SD60M .
A pair of BN motors pass the Great Western Malting Company in Vancouver.
It was an all BN moment as this pair of BN GP38s move past an executive mac. All of which still have their BN numbers intact!
An eastern visitor sits on the power tracks on a clear morning.