This classic Santa Fe keep has been around Vancouver for a few years now. It still looks good moving a cut of box cars to be taken around the system.
Thanksgiving 2015, we find a pair of former BN SD40-2's working Vancouver Yard on a sunny, though frosty morning.
A former GN GP30 rebuild sits amounts other H3 power, including a SD38, BNSF 1560 with TEBC6, BNSF 60.
A lone GP39-2 sits on a section of track behind the Vancouver turn-table.
A former CB&Q GP30 rebuild sits infront of Dash-9 BNSF 4346 as it gets a traction motor swapped out in Vancouver.
Former BN 7153 has made its way back to the Lake Transfer power. Here it is passing BNSF 973 and NS 9650 in Vancouver, Wa.
A recently reactivated H1 Dash-9 "goat boat" moves round the fuel tracks of Vancouver. Built 8/1996, These are becoming as rare as the ATSF and BN units it intended to replace.
You don't see these things whizzing by on the mainlines most days. A former BN American derrick, i believe a 25 ton? Rolls down the tracks. Note the creepy dolls on the bumper!
A BN transfer headed for Portland roils out of the yard as it heads for the Columbia River Bridge.
Coming close to dinner time, a freight makes its presence known as it rolls through the neighborhoods of East Vancouver.
A couple BN survivors with BNSF 1948, await switching the Port Of Vancouver.
Heading east towards the Gorge with plenty of power.
The late power of the "Lake Transfer" moves around the yard while a true Warbonnet, BNSF 664 brings up the end of a westbound grainer.
Light power from the depot moving to switch the Port of Vancouver.