Scene in Edmonds: All aboard the Seahawks train

Bill Anderson notes that Friday morning, Dec. 2, he and his son were driving across the Dayton Street crossing shortly after the morning Vancouver, BC-Seattle Cascades stopped at the station in Edmonds. "I noticed something unusual on the south end of the Talgo train and stopped to take photos. It was an unpowered control unit that has been painted to commemorate the Seattle Seahawks."
Bill Anderson notes that Friday morning, Dec. 2, he and his son were driving across the Dayton Street crossing shortly after the morning Vancouver, BC-Seattle Cascades stopped at the station in Edmonds. “I noticed something unusual on the south end of the Talgo train and stopped to take photos. It was an unpowered control unit that has been painted to commemorate the Seattle Seahawks.”
  1. Bill,
    I’ve seen this twice in the last couple of months, but never had a camera with me. Would you mind if I “saved as” for a personal copy? LMK

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