Milwaukee Road train 202 heads east at South Cle Elum past the old substation. This site is being restored to a museum commemorating Milwaukee's role in the history of the area.
MILW 22 and two more SD40-2s lead train 202 across the Columbia River at Beverly, WA. Evidence of former catenary remains on the bridge, and the bridge still stands today as a monument to Milwauke... (more)
Milwaukee Road train 201 headed up by former Bicentennial SD40-2 No. 156 heads into the curve at Sumner, WA as the fog lifts. GP9 no. 301 and its caboose are the Valley Owl local (patrol) that wor... (more)
MILW 195 leads train 202 around the curve as it approaches the west end of the Columbia River bridge and Beverly, WA. The next crew change is Othello, is 38 miles further east. Othello was the wes... (more)
In a slide from my collection FP45 3 leads a GP40, a rebuild GP9, and a couple F's westbound. No photographer listed.
Tom Golden photo.
Westbound manifest entering Othello yard. Othello was the eastern limit of the Western electrification to the coast.
A pair of SD45s wait with their train as their lead power switches Tacoma Junction. Note the snow plow on the long hood end of 4001.
GP40 2060 and FP45 2 lead a westbound down a street in Renton, Washington, on their way to Tacoma.
Caboose on Milwaukee Road 6002 West at the top of Tacoma Hill.
Milwaukee Road Tacoma Yard with Mt. Rainier in the distance.