Fakebonnet 769 pokes out behind the SD39/slug combo.
Hanging out in Vancouver, i came across this executive mac leading a coal train right before i was about to leave town.
Fakebonnet 752 has just been serviced and moves to the "roundhouse" tracks.
A fakebonnet leads a power move of GE locomotives.
A "goat boat" and executive mac wait at the Vancouver roundhouse.
Two SD60M rebuilds lead an Eastbound trash train into Vancouver Yard.
After nearly two decades, the end is finally coming for former BN power. Two rebuilds lead a trash train into Vancouver.
I finally got to see a little snow this year after temperatures reached low enough for the snow to stick. A PVJR train takes a cut of cars away from the BNSF interchange.
BNSF 6542 uses the new bypass track to the Fallbridge Sub on a sunny winter day.
Usually in the depths of the Great Western Malting silos, RLPX gets some sun and some work done on the sidings outside of the facility. This unit was built for the North Pacific in 1957 as NP 151.... (more)
BNSF 1461 leads a transfer to Willbridge with a collection of Oilcans.
Welcome to the new age! The butt end of BNSF 1550, a 1954 built former GN SD9 sits on the turntable track with a former ATSF GP39-2.
In August of 1972, a BN transfer run heads for the bridge over the Columbia River into Portland, OR. The train is departing BN's Vancouver Yard with four ex-SP&S Alco RS3s for power.
A small pocket of sun illuminates BNSF 1746. This unit has been working Vancouver regularly since i've moved to the north west and sports some unique burn marks from apparently the dynamic brakes.... (more)
January had a lot more snow last year versus the practically no freezing temperatures we've had this year in Portland.