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We begin our trip through Washington and the Idaho Panhandle to Bonners Ferry - in Seattle: we look at a number of locations on the route through the City that plunges underneath the skyscrapers to the north of King Street station. We see Amtrak Cascades passenger services operated by F59PHI units dwarfed by the giant Seahawks football stadium. A highlight is a GP39M hauling Boeing 737 fuselages from Wichita to Renton.
Wenatchee: BNSF tracks join with others at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers. We see stacks and manifests headed by strings of Dash-9 locomotives at Dryden and West Malaga. We also catch the local headed by a GP38 and a GP39-2.
Rock Island Dam: Stack trains and local manifests are dwarfed by the landscape. Among the Dash-9 variants seen, one is an AC44CW Canadian National.
East of Trinidad: climbing out of the Columbia River we join the BNSF route between Pasco and Spokane. We follow the line through Cunningham to Ritzville and Sprague. Unit grain trains dominate on this route with DPUs for additional assistance. Sandpoint in Idaho is home to a long single-track rail bridge taking the BNSF line over Lake Pend Oreille; we see a number of stack and manifests on the trestle. A highlight is a track measurement train. This trip ends at Bonners Ferry with BNSF and CP trains and big scenery.
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