Burlington Northern Electric Trailer ET-2 at Vancouver WA July 1974. ET-2 was built in May 1960 as Northern Pacific ET-2 from retired VO660 650. NP built 3 Electric Trailers and mated them to SW12... (more)
Amtrak Cascades trains 518 and 517 meet in front of the station at Vancouver, Washington.
The northbound Mount Rainier is running a couple of hours late as it arrives at Vancouver on a summer morning. This locomotive was preserved and now resides at a museum in Nevada.
An aerial overview of the Port of Vancouver, with the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific rail facilities in the foreground. On the left, the shadow of the Harbour Center building from which th... (more)
This might look like a BNSF local, but it's actual a Portland Terminal train, the Lake Yard Transfer that moves cars from Vancouver to Lake Yard (and I believe also works the UP while it's out and... (more)
Pulling a very long cut of nothing but grain hoppers, the Portland & Western's 663 Job waits to head over the Columbia Draw along the Amtrak platform.
Amtrak Cabbage NCPU 90251 trails on Amtrak Cascade 513 as it heads out of Vancouver WA on its way north.
While the Columbia River Drawbridge is open for marine traffic, PNWR's 663 train waits to depart for Albany.
You ever run into someone you used to have the same job as, and they're still working at the old place, while you've gone on to new things? Wonder if these former Santa Fe GP39-2s all feel that wa... (more)
Amtrak 470 pushes its train past BNSF 5481 as the trains cross Hayden Island. The signals are about a mile away from the photographer.
Awaiting their next call to duty, three second generation EMD four axle road switchers now relegated to yard service sit next to the Amtrak depot in Vancouver, WA.
Heading into a hazy Vancouver with a solid set of MLWs.
VIA #6304 sits at the former Canadian National terminal in Vancouver. In the morning she will head east. The glowing dome on the left is part of the newly-opened 1986 Worlds Fair.
VIA Rail 6519 6602 and the eastbound Super Continental reflect in a convenient puddle at Vancouver Depot in August 1985.