The only place in the world where trains and buses share the same tunnel and stations. Under the streets of Seattle, Metro buses, Sound Transit Express buses, and Link trains pass each other under... (more)
The light at the end of the tunnel and the beam of a headlight. Taking the late train home, the friendly crew decides to let a fellow railroader into the psudo-cab of the Sounder for some photos a... (more)
It's been a while since I've had a photo I considered perfect right off the bat. For some reason everything came together for the afternoon Z train. Nice sun, clean units, and a signal bridge! Not... (more)
Nothing but GE, as life has been for a while. A little extra power this weekend, supplied by 3 Boeing 737's, moves a holiday weekend Z over Stevens Pass.
One advantage of an automated system is there isn't a cab, just a big window to watch the action unfold! The SkyTrain pulls into Metrotown Station where quiet a crowd has gathered to catch the eve... (more)
Deep under the city of Vancouver, the fully-automated SkyTrain moves thousands of people into and out of the city. Even late in the evening and running with 2-minute headways, there are still plen... (more)
A big beautiful modern F unit blazes by two kickers bringing up the rear of a short manifest.
10 mph is the speed limit though Pullman, and the F sure isn't going to go any faster.
Trains winding though the apple orchards of Eastern Washington. A six-unit manifest floats over the states largest and most famous crop.
It's a beautiful spring day atop Providence Hill. Eastern Washington will remain green for another month or so before being baked under the strong desert sun. An unusual vehicle train has 20 loads... (more)
Years ago in this very spot, the mighty Milwaukee Road passed over the Burlington Northern. Time passed and the Milwaukee fell but the BN kept going strong. Dotted all over Eastern Washington are ... (more)
A coal train holds outside the Hauser refueling facility, waiting for an open slot. Off west in the Spokane Valley, rain showers moisten the land.
Jeramey moves two motors back to couple with the rest of the big grain train.
Dark, rainy clouds pass over the city of Portland to give way to nice, blue skies. A yellow line MAX train is less than a mile from the end of the line.
The crippled Highball moves north to Rosalia at a restricted speed of 10mph. On the rear is the hopper that sepereated the train with the rest of the derailment. As seen a Railroad: Mid America Rail Car Leasing - MRLXLocomotive: EMD FP9Location: Rosalia, Washington, USALocomotive #: MRLX 6304Train ID: The HighballPhoto Date: February 04, 2009