Once a frontline unit has been regulated to switching and transfers in Vancouver. At least it still wears the cascade green colors of the Burlington Northern.
Crossing the Columbia River.
Blue bonnet 2959 switching tank cars in Vancouver.
BNSF warbonnets at the Vancouver yard
A BNSF garbage train diverges at the twilight hour.
With sunset drawing near along the Columbia River, a manifest creeps across the Columbia River Draw after waiting for it to close.
A BNSF manifest passes through East Vancouver as it heads west down the Fallbridge Subdivision.
BNSF's Camas Turn heads back to Vancouver Yard with a grain and tank car.
A warm, June afternoon yields a BNSF garbage train headed westbound towards Downtown Vancouver.
Amtrak train #507 pulls into Vancouver, Washington with its usual talgo set in haul.
A Portland & Western manifest departs Vancouver for points south after receiving a clear signal.
A BNSF ES44 races over a creek as it leads a baretable for points east down the Fallbridge Subdivision.
The Camas Local bypasses an empty garbage train at CP Apple Tree as it heads back to Downtown Vancouver.
A faded Dash 9, accompanied by a partially vandalized SD70MAC, leads an empty garbage train back to the Puget Sound.