The front of the locomotive received a nice wash and shows off its cleanness of the nose during a nice morning in Marysville.
A Vancouver BC to Balmer Yard (Seattle) WA freight passes through Marysville, Washington, on September 18th, 1979. Lead GP30 2225 is the former Chicago Burlington & Quincy 948, and it is followed... (more)
An empty Roberts Bank, BC to Spring Creek Mine, MT coal train rumbles across the dappled waters of Ebey Slough at Bridge 38.3 on a gorgeous late-spring morning. The train will soon arrive at Delt... (more)
The bell atop the short hood of Burlington Northern GP9 1871 is a dead giveaway that this is a former Northern Pacific engine (NP's 248). The local gendarme doesn't even look up as this si... (more)
With all the debris removed from the front of the lead unit we are allowed a good view of the damage caused. You can clearly see the imprint of the semi's trailer (horizontal lines) on the nose, ... (more)
It's Not Delivery, It's DiGiorno; More than six hours after a semi truck was struck by a northbound manifest crews are STILL removing frozen pizza's from the front of the lead unit. Now that's w... (more)
Results of a run in with a trailer load of frozen pizzas. The train was whstling but the truck driver drove right in front of the train. Luckily, only minor injuries occured. This is on BNSF's Bel... (more)
Interbay to Vancouver BC coming across the flats between Everett and Marysville with a colorful lashup. The blue/yellow GE's are Alberta RailNet owned and headed home.
BN 634 doing 50mph at North Marysville headed for New Westminster BC.
BN Wyoming coal northbound at BN BR 38.3 entering Marysville. Back in the old days this was Bridge 12.
Wyoming coal headed for Roberts Bank, BC.