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Station stop Spokane,the conductor with his two way radio protects the rear end of the train from the rear door window of the last coach car on the Amtrak # 8 Empire Builder. Outside the Yardmaster hoops orders to the arriving # 28 that has come up from Portland its engine will be uncoupled then...
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...
# 8 Amtrak the Empire Builder pulls out of Edmonds Wa.station stop on its way to Chicago as it pass M.P.-18 and a baretable waiting its turn in the hole on main # 2, and the beach goers enjoy the action from the beach at low tide.
A shortened Empire Builder passes through Grizzly, Montana on its way East. Due to the flooding in North Dakota, the train was running between Seattle, Washington and Havre, Montana, being reversed in Havre, and retuning West that same afternoon.
Amtrak # 7 westbound Empire Builder 5 1/2 hours late going through Edmonds Wa.,with its lead Genesis unit out of service somewhere along the way and being haul with a DASH-9.Also MoW signal gang working on the eastbound signals.
BNSF #8905 West is leading a Centralia Coal train just meeting the eastbound Amtrak Portland Section of the Empire Builder at Cooks siding.. Pasco West told the BNSF #8905 west to highball due to them leading a fleet of trains west behind him that were low on HOS (Hours of Service.) This was...
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