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  1. Nahalle

    Video of Railfanning Vancouver, WA in the snow

    A rare snowfall appears when a friend an I took a railfan trip to Vancouver. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the beauty of trains in the snow! LB4DMNz4bws
  2. Nahalle

    Railfanning Vancouver, Washington - Video

    I had a free morning in Vancouver so of course I did some railfanning! UP, BNSF, and Amtrak Cascades all come through in just a few short hours. Also, maintenance on the swing bridge along with an opening and closing can be seen. Enjoy! :) X7TsTdmCMOs
  3. Southbound For Everett

    Southbound For Everett

    BNSF 6829 leads the southbound Vancouver,BC to Everett,WA manifest past the ex Great Northern depot at Blaine,WA bound for Everett,WA. The International Peace Arch on the USA-Canadian border stands in the background.
  4. A Rainy Day at Dakota Creek

    A Rainy Day at Dakota Creek

    CN 8946 leads its northbound loaded coal train across Dakota Creek during moderate to heavy rainfall.It is about three miles to the International Border at Blaine,WA then on to a crew change at Vancouver,BC.With a new crew,it will be on to their ultimate destination of Prince Rupert,BC
  5. Cascade Green

    Cascade Green

    Consists like these are getting pretty rare for me anymore...
  6. Waiting for the Bridge

    Waiting for the Bridge

    A southbound manifest waits for the bridge to close. There were five units on this train. Only the first two were on line. The other three were dead in tow, including a CSX Dash 8.
  7. Swoosh

    Swoosh

    BNSF 7462 leads a baretable off the Fallbridge Sub onto the Seattle Sub at Vancouver.
  8. Industry Job

    Industry Job

    BNSF 3541 working Western Malting in Vancouver.
  9. Departing/Arriving

    Departing/Arriving

    A northbound Cascades leaves Vancouver station as the southbound Coast Starlight is arriving.
  10. Eastbound at Eavan

    Eastbound at Eavan

    BNSF 736, still in former Santa Fe paint, leads an eastbound stack train out of Vancouver, Washington along the former SP&S Fallbridge Subdivision. Trailing locomotives in the consist are BNSF 980, CN 2581 and CN 2546.
  11. Skytrain Sunset

    Skytrain Sunset

    A Mark I Skytrain (right) meets a Mark II Skytrain (left) half way down the Grandview Cut on the Millenium Line, in Vancouver, BC on a beautiful July 30, 2010 setting sun. The Vancouver Skyline can be see in the background. The set on the right has stopped and is waiting for the train on the...
  12. Vancouver Center

    Vancouver Center

    Union Pacific stack train at Vancouver Center, WA.
  13. CN 8846

    CN 8846

    CN 8846, one of three units on the 569(North Vancouver-Lillooet) at North Vancouver.
  14. Whistler Mountaineer along the Sea Wall

    Whistler Mountaineer along the Sea Wall

    Whistler Mountaineer lead by 8018 with 8019 behind it head south along the West Vancouver Sea Wall Walk on their way back to the North Vancouver station at the end of another days journey.
  15. CPR 374

    CPR 374

    CPR 374 sits out on display for its 122nd anniversary of pulling the first transcontinental train into Vancouver, BC.
  16. Happy Anniversary 374

    Happy Anniversary 374

    Today (May 17, 2009), we celebrated the 122nd anniversary of CPR 374 pulling the first transcontinental into Vancouver, British Columbia in 1887. For this, we pulled the engine out of the museum and connected it to a steam generator so that we could operate the steam whistle on it. Also, we had...
  17. Ghost Train Watcher

    Ghost Train Watcher

    A ghost man watches a train headed north across the Columbia River at Vancouver.
  18. Meet at 8th Street

    Meet at 8th Street

    On February 25, 1996, northbound coal train NN184 sits at 8th Street in Vancouver, WA waiting for eastbound train #688 to leave the yard.
  19. Grain Elevator

    Grain Elevator

    Grain elevators in Vancouver, WA are lit up for the night.
  20. Eastbound

    Eastbound

    The FRED on an eastbound marks its path as it departs Vancouver



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