The power for the LPCTAC has been turned on Tacoma Rail's Wye and is now headed back to the train, sitting on the Tacoma Main. Soon this set of power will once again cross the Puyallup River to deliver the train to Tacoma Rail. The river's source is in the background, Mt Rainier. Of the six active bridges in the Tacoma area, 3 of them are railroad bridges. From front to back.. BNSF's Hill Bridge, Tacoma Rail's Bridge (former Milwaukee Road) and the UP. UP's OSEGL (Garbage) is crossing it's bridge as well.