It's high tide when the first sounder of the day rolls through Edmonds.
Caution Bumpy Road: This local job has a bouncy ride ahead of it when it hauls its load of a grain car and a caboose back to the yard.
What do you do when the tide comes in and covers your photo spot? Get wet!
The business end of BNSF's Track Measurement car, the Skagit River. This device, covered in "Caution: Laser" stickers hovers over thousands of miles of rail, checking for defects, keeping the rai... (more)
BNSF 134 is just a glimmer in large window on the back of this track geometry car which is sitting, tied down for the night while the crew gets some rest.
New rail was placed in Interbay Yard less than 24 hours before a BNSF geometry special makes surprise (at least to me) visit .
This hot Westbound Z train passes MoW equipment being stored on the siding for the weekend.
After being past by an eastbound empty grain train this V train waits for a clear signal to head West.
Eastbound coal empties lumber through the cut just in time to see the end of a westbound vehicle train pass overhead.
The sky turns crimson over the Washington and Idaho Railroad's yard as their sleek Southern Pacific unit silently waits to be called into action.
Capitol Hill looms behind the storage tracks; in 2013 these trains will run underneath the hill to the University of Washington.
Three of Sound Transit's brand new LRVs sit in their yard waiting the Central Link project to open in 2009.
After the evening passenger rush, freight trains dominate the rails in Edmonds.
This trio of Dash 9s belch out a cloud of exhaust as they crawl to a start at MP 18.
The tide is in, the sun is out, trains are rolling; a perfect way to spend an evening.