223 screams through "downtown" Sale Creek.
A new SD70MAC and the only CSX C39-8 to sport the "dark future" paint pull a 7000+ ft. Q142 north of Knoxville.
Passing by an old switch, S245 slows to a stop in the siding at Jacksboro for Q142.
Q155 in the background waits for Q142 to clear the south end of of the siding so it can proceed south.
With engineer "Papaw" at the throttle, N260 ducks under the NS line to Harriman and is about to enter the Dossett tunnel.
The 1023 leads a westbound manifest in the siding for a meet with the Empire Builder and an Eastbound manifest.
Q141 waits with Q541 on his heels on the main at Amherst for a derailed hi-rail vehicle to get cleared up a few miles down the road.
The two SD40-2s are working hard to get Q142 up to track speed out of Amherst. Rather ironic that the first train I see after my internship with BNSF in Seattle has a white face BN in the lead!
A 106 car empty grainer rolls through the new interlocking south of Sumner.
Being "the dog" of the Seattle Subdivision, the Everett-Lakeyard waits and waits for the Seattle terminal to clear.
Rolling along the Yakima River.
A Tacoma bound stack train waits at South Seattle for the port of Tacoma to clear.
In record breaking heat, an engineer offers a friendly wave as he gets his priority intermodal underway after adding in four empty Boeing cars mid-train.
S-BPATAC1-04 waits in the siding at Baring for a Kansas City bound priority intermodal to pass.
An Eastbound stack train rolls down the main passing our Westbound Z train.