The last Sound Transit train of the evening slows for its station stop in Mukilteo
That upside-down flag makes me chuckle a little at this shot. One of Sound Transit's many shiny, new Link LRV's takes a spin around the O&M's testing loop.
Lined up and ready for action
Two things Seattle is known for: coffee (Tully's roastery in the former Rainer Brewery) and the big blue wave of Sound Transit.
In an odd move up north, the last Sounder doubleheads with SDRX 903 and 909 and only three coaches.
In an odd show of force Sound Transit puts an extra locomotive on a three car train.
Beach combers don't even look up as the evening's first Sounder accelerates out of Edmonds.
The engineer gets the all clear from his conductor.
The "Tacoma, City of Destiny" unit pushes Sound Transit train 1704 out of the new Mukilteo stop and on toward the end of the run in Everett. For a view of how this scene appeared just two years a... (more)
Finally! A day with sunshine! The new Sound Transit station in Mukilteo opened nearly a week ago, but the weather has not cooperated with photographers to allow documenting the new service until... (more)
Free and open territory greet the Sounder on its way north as it quickly accelerates to 50mph
The train is driving itself! Run in fear! Actually, the last Sounder of the week is in push mode heading north.
The fisheye lens provides a 160 degree view of the train as it rolls by pieces of snap track.
This Sounder rolls past the platform to switch tracks inside the tunnel while the King St. flagger mans the switch.
All is quiet at Sound Transits new Link Light rail yard. These Japanese built / US assembled cars have months to get used to their new digs, as service is not expected to start until late 2009. ... (more)