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Welcome to Great Northern Railway Page!
My name is Lindsay Korst.

I have been a big fan of James Jerome Hill's Great Northern Railway
from an early age.  The black & white photo from October 1960 is my
brother Mark, me and my Dad watching the Empire Builder emerge
from the north portal of the Seattle tunnel. That's also me trying on
my new GN conductor's hat a little more recently.

Rocky lives!  If you know where to look, there are still traces
of the old Great Northern Railway to be admired.  Above we find
GN #1147, an F-8 class 2-8-0 steam locomotive reposing in
Wenatchee's City Park.

It's time to revisit Stevens Pass and enjoy those orange BNSF
monsters lugging tonnage over the mountains.   CLICK HERE or
on the steam engine above to read about my May 2020
train-spotting expedition.

August 2020 Update:  With the addition of the Chehalis railcam, I had
to check out BNSF's Seattle Subdivision.  CLICK HERE for the story.

October 2020 Update:  Let's railfan the former Great Northern,
now BNSF Bellingham Sub, past and present. CLICK HERE
to read about my day's explore.  To the border and back!

 

More Obscure Train Movies is a continuation of my Obscure Train Movies blog.


Obscure Train Movies features 140+ train-themed movies!

Visit Mark Meyer's Empire Builder blog!


Join Friends of BNSF Railway!


GN and NP photo archives online!


Check out Ben Ringnalda's St. Nicholas Mountain restoration website!


 
Visit the Great Northern Railway Historical Society website!


Check out the online GN Discussion List!
 

Visit Ben Ringnalda's wonderful Great Northern Empire website!

 Great Northern Goat fans have visited since April 16, 2002.

Last Update: October 18, 2020.