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  1. King TuT # 7

    King TuT # 7

    What a surprise on a foggy morning Amtrak # 7 the Empire Builder Chicago to Seattle comes in to Seattle this day with King Tut on point with a Geneis #42 nice # for a P-42 and a Cascades.After letting passengers off at King St. station on it comes thru the coach yard fresh out of the wash...
  2. Talgo TuT

    Talgo TuT

    The ad for the King TUT exhibition at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle on the Amtrak Cascades .Photo taken as it goes into Edmonds Wa. station stop .
  3. Red, white and what?

    Red, white and what?

    Amtrak's 40th Anniversary Train came to King Street Station in Seattle
  4. Amtk_1011

    Amtk_1011

    In April 2000, the Coast Starlight pulls down the main to back into one of the tracks at King Street. The Kingdome was brought down the week before.
  5. BNSF7795

    BNSF7795

    "The bluest skies you've ever seen are in Seattle". On April 24 a southbound baretable passes by King Street Station.
  6. Night Falls on King St Station

    Night Falls on King St Station

    A substitute for the Talgos awaits it's next assignment, will a recently repaired Talgo trains set awaits re-certification.
  7. King St Station

    King St Station

    Night shot of Seattle's King St Station
  8. Looking through the window

    Looking through the window

    a pic. looking out of the window of the Copper King Express. You can see BNSF's line cross under RARW's in the distance. RARW's tracks also cross Silver Bow Creek, which became known as $hit creek due to the water becoming so polluted by the smelting in Anaconda, which also caused the creek to...
  9. RARW #302

    RARW #302

    Raurs #302 in Butte, getting ready to take the Copper King express back to Anaconda.
  10. The Copper King Express

    The Copper King Express

    Rarus Railway's Copper King Express stopped in Butte for the turn around to head back to Anaconda. The 2 cars are named "Butte The Mining City" & "Anaconda The Smelting City"
  11. RARW GP7 #301 @ Butte

    RARW GP7 #301 @ Butte

    RARW #301 trails GP9 #302 at Butte as they get ready to pull the Copper King Express back towards Anaconda.
  12. Rarus Geeps at Butte

    Rarus Geeps at Butte

    RARW GP9 #302 (in the lead) & GP7 #301 make their way to the other end of the Copper King Express in order to get ready to head back to Anaconda.
  13. Rarus GP9 #302

    Rarus GP9 #302

    Rarus Railway GP9 #302 & GP7 #301 (not visible in this picture) get ready to couple up to the other end of the Copper King Express for the trip back to Anaconda. #302 is equipped with Dynamic braking & a Nathan/Airchime K5LA airhorn (not sure, but I don't think the K5 was its original horn)
  14. Inside the Copper King Express

    Inside the Copper King Express

    This is a picture inside the car "Anaconda The Smelting City" on the Copper King Express, a passenger train run by Rarus Railway that runs from Anaconda to Butte & back on former BA&P (Butte, Anaconda, & Pacific) trackage.
  15. King Street Station by night

    King Street Station by night

    King St. Station with the Seattle skyline.Amtrack 565 is seen setting out coaches for the next Coast Starlight.
  16. On time!

    On time!

    Amtrak train #11 leaves Seattle at 10:00 AM sharp on Saturday, March 27, 2004
  17. Coast Starlite Ready to Leave

    Coast Starlite Ready to Leave

    AMTk 513 leads #11 as it prepares to leave King St station on 9-16-80.
  18. a bonnet at king street station

    a bonnet at king street station

    Warbonnet 809 glides through Seattle's King Street Station. No trainwatching allowed on this day. This was as close as I get to the platform with my camera.



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