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SOUNDER Commuter train #1505 in Kent, WA

SOUNDER Passenger Commuter train #1503 Seattle-Tacoma in Kent, WA on 7.18.2008. Locomotive EMD F59PHI #908 with Bombardier passenger cars. GREAT AIR HORN SOUND. BNSF - Seattle Subdivision.


 


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BNSF/Amtrak/Sounder at Seattle 7-16-08 ***WATCH IN HIGH QUALITY****
***WATCH IN HIGH QUALITY*** Here is video I shot after taking Sounder into Seattle to visit my grandparents. Train 1: BNSF GP38 #2285 and ex-BN GP39-2 #2720 with a 3-car ballast train. Train 2: SDRX 906 leads. Train 3: SDRX 909 leads the train I took, #1704, back to the coach yard. Train 4: Cabcar 306 leads a Southbound SDRX train into King Street Train 5:CN SD40-2W #5351 leads this empty garbage train. The CN power will probably brought north to CN territory. This same CN unit I caught leading a windmill train a few days earlier. Check out that video if you haven't seen it. Train 6: ex-ATSF Dash 9-44CW #632 and another warbonnet lead an autorack train. Train 7: The PD is coming to arrest Me! Just kidding....the BNSF Hyrail truck needed to cross King Street and was getting tired of people driving right in front of him. Right as I'm filming this, here comes a light engine move! BNSF 9-44CW #1077, still in its old paint! Train 8: Dash 9-44CW #1077 again, this time facing the right direction! Train 9: BNSF ES44DC #7507 leads a stacker, with ex-BN SD60M #8152 trailing. Train 10: Amtrak P42DC #151 leads the Coast Starlight out of King Street southbound for Los Angeles, CA. #113 is trailing. Great K5LA action on this one. Thanks for watching!





Shave and a haircut from southbound sounder 1507 at Puyallup
[Watch In High Quality] Me and Jason giving BRIANamtrak a shave and a haircut just south of Puyallup station . Thanks For watching!





Sounder Train
A very mild and sunny afternoon in early February provided the encouragement to get out with the Flip Camcorder and capture some railroad video. I was rewarded with plenty of action down at the Tukwila Station, which is just south of the city of Seattle, Washington. One of the objectives was to catch the Sounder Train. Sounder is the Puget Sound area commuter rail service and serves points between Everett and Tacoma. On this day, the Sounder is right on schedule into Tukwila having left Seattle about 3:35. This is the first of six southbound trains operating in the afternoon/evening. The train does not operate midday or on weekends, except for sporting or special events. The Puget Sound area was very slow to adopt commuter rail service, but now that its here, its very popular and a huge success. The trip from Seattle to Tacoma takes about 1 hour and it would be very unlikely to accomplish the same via private car given the traffic conditions on I-5.





Sounder on Metrolink, We Love Metrolink Trains!
Sounder #901 departing from Union Station, Los Angeles, CA on Sep, 2007.





BNSF Freight Trains at Seattle King Street Station©
BNSF Freight Trains at Seattle King Street Station. Train 1: BNSF Manifest w/ BNSF Dash 9-44CW #5438 Train 2: BNSF Coal Train w/ BNSF SD70MAC Whiteface #9713 Train 3: BNSF Mixed Freight w/ BNSF EMD GP38-M #1512 Train 4: BNSF Mainfest w/ BNSF Dash 9-44CW #5408 Train 5: BNSF Hopper Train w/ BNSF Dash 9-44CW 4845 and Heritage I #1113 ©Pilotkev170 2009





Commuter Rail Auburn WA
On Monday, February 16, 2009, Presidents Day holiday, Sound Transit ran a special section of The Sounder from Tacoma to Seattle during mid-day for shoppers. The Sounder, which usually only runs during rush hours, is the relatively new commuter rail service for Puget Sound with trains currently running between Tacoma and Everett. This video captured the Sounder as it rolled into Auburn Station at about 10 AM. Auburn is about 20 miles south of Seattle. Note the power unit is The City of Destiny which is one of the nicknames for Tacoma, Washington. Great horn sounds on departure.





Regularly scheduled Sounder trains to Lakewood.
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Railroad Profile: Sounder Commuter Rail
With 3 of us photographers combining our video photographic footage together, here is our next video of the Railroad Profile series. On this Railroad Profile Series, we look into Sounder Commuter Train service that serves the people in the Central Puget Sound area from Seattle to Everett and Tacoma. Sound Transit and BNSF Railroad started off the service on September 18, 2000 with two round trip trains that stops in Tacoma, Sumner and Auburn that terminated in Seattle. Puyallup and Kent stations were added February 5, 2001; with Tukwila being added March 12, 2001. Then, the 35 miles (56 km) Everett to Seattle line started with a Seahawks Game train on December 21, 2003. Regular service started on the 22nd with one morning train to Seattle and one evening train back. A second round trip train was added on June 6, 2005 to help increased ridership, a third was added in September 2007, and there are now four. On May 31, 2008 the Mukilteo station opened and trains started stopping at the station. There are currently three stops along the North Line: Edmonds, Mukilteo and Everett. Today, there are currently nine round trips on the South Line, with two operating in the reverse commute direction. This is the maximum number of trains permitted under the current contract with BNSF, whose tracks the trains run on. There are also 4 round trip trains on the North Line between Seattle and Everett. In July 2010, Sound Transit reached a new agreement with BNSF, valued at $185 million, which grants Sound Transit permanent access to the South Line corridor, as well as allowing four more daily round trips to begin, starting in 2012 and continuing through 2015. Sound Transit and BNSF are continuing plans to expand service in the South Sound by extending service to South Tacoma and Lakewood. For the North Line route, the Edmonds Station relocation project will includes a new east platform with larger passenger loading area and weather protected passenger shelter. The parking area will be updated, improved lighting will cover the platforms and parking, secure bike storage will be available and public art is ready for installation. The project will also construct a transit center at the north end of the station to accommodate Community Transit bus service with two passenger shelters and three bus bays. Once a second mainline has been added by the railway in the future, a new west platform will be constructed and the north portion of the east platform will be completed. This project is currently underway and expected to complete in early 2011. As the gas prices continue to rise and road congestion increases, more and more people are moving towards alternative transportation and one way to take it is Sounder Commuter Train. Videos were shot by Andrew Kim (this account), Dan Morris (css903), and Matt Farnsworth (mafarnz). Enjoy the video





Diesel Trains Galore!
All aboard! Come along for this look at diesel-electric locomotives in the western United States! Continuing with this next installment in my Trains Galore video series, Diesel Trains Galore takes a look at a variety of different diesel locomotives including vintage locomotives owned and operated by museums as well as some of the most modern diesel electric locomotives running today. Everything from ALCO to GE, freight and passenger, F7 and SD70ACE locomotives, Diesel Trains Galore has it all! So please enjoy the video and be sure to leave feedback! If you liked this video, be sure to watch Steam Trains Galore! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PXgGnKhEdQ





Steam Trains Galore 2!
All aboard! Come along for Steam Trains Galore Part 2! We will visit a variety of different steam railroads in the western United States in the states of California, Nevada, and Colorado. As with the first video in the series, a wide variety of steam trains are included in a wide array of climates: everything from tall pine forests and coastal redwoods to high desert and scrub brush. In a similar style the the original Steam Trains Galore, this video features no distracting captions and no narration, only the sounds of the trains and nature. At the end of the video, a full list of the railroads where this video was filmed is included. Steam Trains Galore 2 is sure to put smiles on the faces of everyone from 1 to 92, so hop aboard for this exciting adventure! As always, comments are encouraged and appreciated! CoasterFan2105 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CoasterF... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoasterFan2105 ©2014 Mike Armstrong Video





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Valley Train
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Steam Trains Galore!
All aboard! Come along for a look at several steam trains running in the western United States! Steam Trains Galore is a 28 minute long video that features numerous shots of all sorts of different steam trains. You will see everything from small park trains to the big steam trains that make occasional runs on the main line today. This video is not narrated and there are no captions on any of the video clips, so if there are any questions about where some of these videos were filmed, I'd be happy to answer them. I'm trying to increase the variety of videos I have on my page, so this video is geared towards a different (younger) audience. This is to get a better sense as to what types of videos are the most popular. If this is well received, I will post more like it in the future. So, that said, please leave feedback. Thank you!





Railfanning at Auburn Sounder Commuter Train Station 11/27/2013
On the day before Thanksgiving Day, I decided to hit trackside at the Auburn Sounder Commuter Train Station to catch some trains from a different pace that I was used to back in the Edmonds area. The weather was a bit chilly, but nice and dry. It was a really long time that I haven't railfanned in the Auburn area; probably for the last 2 years. Train #1: Amtrak Cascades Train #509 blasted Southbound through the station about 79 MPH. AMTK 117 was leading the train with NPCU 90340 trailing. Train #2: Amtrak Cascades Train #516 wasted no time heading North as it went through the station track speed. AMTK NPCU 90278 was leading with 150 trailing. Train #3: A Northbound Unit Crude Oil Train thundered northbound through the station and was making some good speed through the Station. Probably close to 50 MPH. BNSF 1038 was leading with 2 DPUs in the back. Total of 338 axles on this freight. Train #4: Southbound Sounder Commuter Train #1519 making a station stop at the station with the engineer waving a flashlight at me to say hi to me. SDRX 904 was leading with cabcar 103 trailing. Enjoy the video.





Sounder and Amtrak at King Street Station.
WATCH IN HIGH QUALITY WATCH VIDEO CLOSELY STARTING AT 1:33----------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------- Here is some more Sounder and Amtrak action At Seattle's King Street Station, First we see the first southbound sounder of the day depart with the SDRX 902 the city of destiny locomotive, we then see the next few sounders arrive and depart and we see the arrival of Amtrak 506 from Portland. We finish the video with two shots of the second sounder departing and the 3rd sounder arriving into the station.





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