Friday the 13th brought an interesting pair of eastern high-hoods to Albina Yard. Does anyone know the story on this?
Still hanging around after going the power pool this summer, BNSF 1461 hangs out with a contemporary GEVO and Warbonnet
An old BN GP38-2, still retaining the nose marker lights makes a reverse move with a SD60M .
A pair of BN motors pass the Great Western Malting Company in Vancouver.
It was an all BN moment as this pair of BN GP38s move past an executive mac. All of which still have their BN numbers intact!
As summer comes, Jordan DeCloedt looks into the late afternoon sun aboard 663.
Portland & Westerns 663 rolls into North Plains after going over the "Hill" or Cornelis Pass.
The Barnes Yard job rolls down the Kenton Line on the last day of summer.
A UP K-Line train passes BNSF power in the Tacoma Yard.
Another SD59MX has made its way north destined for Tacoma. These eco-SD60M rebuilds are apparently having their EGR systems dismantled by Progress Rail in Tacoma.
An eastern visitor sits on the power tracks on a clear morning.
Capital Corridor service rolls out of SAC.
Part of BNSF's diminishing heritage fleet waits for duty in Vancouver, WA.
Former Simpson Railroad power now works the Western Washington with a former SP caboose.
Most likely a Eugene-Portland lumber drag rolls into Albina Yard. This shot was taken from the Fremont Bridge during the city's Bridge Pedal event.