Just out of the Cascade Tunnel and passing under Hwy 2, a westbound BNSF Z breaks out into the sun. Its all downhill on the western slope to Puget Sound for the Z.
The sun is setting over Skykomish, the locals call it Sky, a Great Northern Town. A BNSF westbound Z passes by the Skykomish hotel which is being refurbished and other historic buildings in the to... (more)
The Coastal Transportation Company Frozen Fish Handling Terminal in Seattle uses a Plymouth ML-8 switcher to move refrigerated rail cars. The company use a fleet of ships to move frozen fish and o... (more)
The sun is rising on another northwest day. Downtown Tacoma is still quiet as the morning Union Pacific southbound Z rolls along the waterfront and approaches the 11th street Bridge.
Northbound Cans cross West Tacoma Drawbridge No. 14.
The southbound Coast Starlight, leaving Seattle three hours late, make's for a good afternoon light photograph at the Steilacoom ferry dock.
A morning Union Pacific Z rolls southbound along Dock St with downtown Tacoma up on the bluff.
An Amtrak Cascade heads northbound into Tacoma passing Grain cars that are staged to unload at the Temco Grain Terminal. Offshore a ship waits to tie up and load at the terminal.
Sunrise on the Fallbridge Subdivision. The morning eastbound BNSF Z heads into the rising sun.
Rolling westbound down the Feather River Canyon a grainer is lead by a pair of Union Pacific and a Southern Pacific AC4400CW Locomotive's.
A Union Pacific Z passes through the Shasta Retreat, the site of a historic resort area that brought people to Dunsmuir.
Eastbound union Pacific Z rounds the bluffs along interstate 84 and the Columbia River at the mouth of the Deschutes River
Sunrise along Columbia River with the morning Z hustling westbound. The work window starts in a couple hours for the tie replacement gangs and there are a lot of trains to get through before they... (more)
Doyle McCormacks restored alco PA-1 at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center.
An eastbound Union Pacific Intermodal passes through the lush Point Ruthton, on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge