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Date: 01/10/19 12:31
The Winter Reprieve
I always look forward to February in the Pacific Northwest, as that month usually has a streak of clear cold days after enduring a few months of typical winter weather. February 1st, 2011 was typical of those kinds of days, with a sky so clear every detail of distant Mount Rainier stood out from the Olympic Peninsula. Here we find the Simpson Railway with a trainload of "Water Logs" almost at it's destination, the Dry Sort Yard several miles west of Shelton, WA. #1200 was pulling on the front while #1202 was pushing on the rear.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/10/19 12:32 by funnelfan.
Date: 01/10/19 13:22
Re: The Winter Reprieve
Nice shot Ted, thanks for sharing it. Looks like a lenticular forming above Mt. Rainier.
Kent in CArmel Valley