Part of BNSF's diminishing heritage fleet waits for duty in Vancouver, WA.
A yard engine rattles across the Fallbridge Sub main line at Vancouver to serve an industry. Trackage in this area has since been reconfigured, and these diamonds have been removed.
Once common on these coal haulers, an H2 MAC leads a loaded train into Vancouver. Most likely this locomotive came out of storage recently.
On Spring forward 2017, a colorful lash up lead by an executive MAC leads a mixed fright north out of Willbridge Yard.
A BNSF heritage consist if I've ever seen one. All 3 units are original locomotives from either BN or Santa Fe and not a hint of Orange in site.
A UP local pauses under the ex-SP&S signals at Vancouver center on a stormy morning
The Coast Starlight crosses over at Vancouver.
The head end of a grain empty crosses in front of a waiting manifest.