A throw back to summer two years ago, when it was more common to see the many different dash-9 paint jobs rolling around the BNSF system. Most, if not all these H1 & warbonnets are stored at the m... (more)
UP 1995 departs Vancouver after waiting for a NB BNSF Q train. The Lake Transfer passes at the left.
Warbonnet 704 is missing half the cigar brand logo. It's bring up a military train with a load of strykers.
No longer in red & silver, these former ATSF motors lead a PASVAN with mainly grain hoppers into Vancouver.
BNSF 629 made a lucky appearance leading a train on daylight savings 2019. After adding cars in Vancouver, the two 6 series Dash-9s departed for points east with faded Santa Fe glory on the headen... (more)
Cascade green power rolls past a rail train led by a Warbonnet BNSF 719.
Two Burlington Northern survivors roll the Lake Transfer back to Vancouver.
Heading east towards the Gorge with plenty of power.
Portland & Western's transfer freight heads southward after receiving an approach from the dispatcher.
A Portland & Western manifest departs Vancouver for points south after receiving a clear signal.
A warm and sunny spring greets this new shortline locomotive to its new operation... This short line operated on the former Northern Pacific Yacolt branch from Vancouver, Washington's Rye Jct to Y... (more)
A "Warbonnet" and a "Goat Boat" moving among the yard.
An exBN geep in yard service.
A "blue bonnet" geep in yard service.