BN 6126, ex-GN 599 is getting a paint job from BN Cascade Green and black to as delivered GN Omaha Orange and Pullman Green. Located in Skykomish, WA to be on display in the Town Center Park.
Over a century old, the north portal of the Nelson Bennett Tunnel has seen many trains in its life. Fast approaching, a Robert's Bank loaded coal train is just the next one on this unseasonably wa... (more)
A northbound loaded coke train exits the north end of the Nelson Bennett Tunnel, completed in 1913. This shot was achieved with my Canon 5D and a 16-35mm lens on a tripod with a remote shutter rel... (more)
Oddly enough, the oldest unit on this empty grain train has the newest paint scheme. Starting from the rear- BNSF 947, a C40-8W sports the latest scheme, the "Powerbar" or "Swoosh," otherwise know... (more)
BNSF 4501 leads an Everett to Pasco manifest train down the Yakima River Canyon. A reflection can be seen in the Yakima River / Roza Dam reservoir. To see an earlier shot of this train with anothe... (more)
An eastbound Everett to Pasco manifest train travels through Yakima Canyon along the Yakima River. A oxbow lake creates a nice reflection for the three head end units. To see a later shot of this ... (more)
Led by three P42's and a rebuilt P40, the 28 car American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners (AAPRCO) special approaches Ellensburg.
Three Amtrak P42's and a rebuilt P40 lead 28 private cars down the Yakima River in the canyon. This train is on its way to the American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners (Railroad: AmtrakLocomotive: GE P42DCLocation: Yakima, Washington, USALocomotive #: AMTK 71Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: September 26, 2013
Three Amtrak P42's and a rebuilt P40 lead a special 28 car private train down the Yakima Canyon on BNSF's Yakima Valley Subdivision. This train was put together in Seattle, Washington and will ter... (more)
Three Amtrak P42's and a rebuilt P40 lead a special 28 car train made up of entirely privately owned passenger cars. This train was built up in Seattle, and terminate in Napa, California for the A... (more)
An eastbound stack train heads down a straight stretch about two miles away from the crew change point of Wenatchee.
An eastbound Z train crosses Gaynor Trestle in the morning.
Note the conductor's wave.
An eastbound stack train travels along the Wenatchee River about two miles outside of the crew change point of Wenatchee. The town of Sunnyslope can be seen in the background.
A BNSF ES44AC leads two SD70MAC's and an empty coal train eastbound over Gaynor Trestle which spans Nason Creek.
A rare visitor for the BNSF
Western Rail (WRIX) has bought this ex-Canadian National GMD1 switching locomotive, most likely for scrap or surplus parts. The conductor for this e... (more)