Friday, April 28, 2017

Four Megapixel Days Continued - Part 1

I made the switch to digital around 2005. Yes the quality of the images is not up to modern standards, but the digital camera was teaching me some new tricks and approaches to railroad photography. These all date to between 2005 and 2007, and are mostly in Vancouver and environs.

A BNSF EB nears the end of double track past EAVAN with Washington Hwy 14 on the right.
The, "You sure ain't gonna see a consist like this anymore" department.
Seeing MRL was pretty common, but the ex QNSL and ex Southern high hoods were a real treat.
Why look! Its SP 9103!

I would imagine the QNS&L wanted the large fuel tanks due to the remoteness of the railroad.

No Kudzu to contend with in the PNW, just run-away English Ivy, Scotch Broom, and Himalayan Blackberry, all invasive species like Kudzu.

Leaving Vancouver Yard behind.

"B-Unit Do Not Occupy"

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