Two old enginge sit in the Mount Rainer Sceneic Railroad yard in Mineral, Washington. The engines, MRSRR #481 and Alco #41, are used around the yard and museum in Mineral.
MRSRR #17 near Elbe, Washington
American Locomotive Company's #17 engine, built in 1929 for logging work in the Northwest, now pulls passenger cars back and forth from Elbe to Mineral, Washington for the Mount Rainier Sceninc Railroad.
BNSF #4882 and #6250 pull a load of freight North along highway 7 past Elbe, Washington
BNSF an NS Freight
Burlingotn Northern-Santa Fe #4973 followed by Norfolk Southern #8157 pulling freight South over the Newaukum River, past Stan Headwall Park in Chehalis, Washington.
Near Milepost 5 of the Chehalis-Centralia Scenic Railroad's ride the train passes a beautiful, still pond full of lillies.
CCC Engine 15
Formerly used as a Cowlits, Chehalis and Cascade logging locomotive, Engine 15 now serves the Chehalis-Centralia Scenic Railroad. The train and its volunteers take riders over the Newaukum River through views of Mount Rainier and across beautiful Washington landscapes. Here, the engine is seen by itsself, "Running around" the train to connect to the rear and pull it back to its starting place in Chehalis.
Chehalis-Centralia Scenic Railroad's locomotive #15 and passenger train rolls through the farmlads West of Chehalis, Washington. Image edited in Lightroom to burn in the sky and foreground grasses.
Truck with a Steam Engine
I ripped the motor out of my old truck and replaced it with a steam engine... Cowlitz, Chehalis, and Cascade engine #15 rolls through the farmlands West of Chehalis on its scenic passenger route in Washington.
BNSF #5320 Crosses Cowlitz River
BNSF #5320 leads #9214 and an oil train North across a long trestle over the Cowlitz River just before sunset.
Amtrack Passes Oil Train on Trestle over Cowlitz River
Amtrack #74, Southbound, passes an oil train pulled by BNSF #5320, Northbound, over the Cowlitz River in Washington
Old Santa Fe Locomotive 766
BNSF #766 (still sporting the old Santa Fe paint scheme) leads BNSF #1089 and an empty train of intermodal cars North along the Westside Highway South of Vader, Washington.