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BN train 600 handled traffic from Seattle and Everett from trains 631 and 633 for Wenatchee, Spokane, and beyond. It was deleted in 1989.
BN train 601 handled traffic for Everett, Seattle, and for trains 632 and 634. It was suspended in 1987 and revived again in 1989 originating at Wenatchee.
Train 200 became train 602 June 1, 1986. In 1988, it handled traffic for Shelby, Great Falls, Havre, and beyond.
Train 201 became train 603 June 1, 1986. In 1988, it handled traffic for Shelby, Whitefish, and beyond.
Train 612 began Sept. 26, 1989 and operated from Pasco to Spokane.
Train 613 began Sept. 26, 1989 and operated from Spokane to Pasco.
Train 614 began Sept. 26, 1989 and operated from Pasco to Spokane.
Train 615 began Sept. 26, 1989 and operated from Spokane to Pasco.
Train 620 began Sept. 26, 1989 and operated from Portland to Pasco. Pasco. It was deleted with the start up of MRL.
Train 631 handled traffic for New Westminster, Everett, and Seattle. It was deleted in 1989.
Train 632 handled traffic for Everett, New Westminster, Vancouver, BC and connections. After May 1989, it performed no work between Seattle and Vancouver.
Train 633 handled traffic from Vancouver, BC and Sumas connection for Everett and Seattle. It was deleted in 1989.
Train 633 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Brownsville to Everett.
Train 634 handled traffic for Everett, Sumas (set out at Burlington), Vancouver, BC and connections. It was deleted in 1989.
Train 634 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Everett to Brownsville.
Train 635 began May 2, 1989 and operated from New Westminster to Everett.
Train 636 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Everett to New Westminster.
Train 381 became train 641 June 1, 1986. In 1989 the schedule was changed to originate at Great Falls.
Train 382 became train 642 June 1, 1986. In 1989 the schedule was changed to terminate at Great Falls.
Train 643 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Sumas to Everett.
Train 644 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Everett to Sumas.
Train 645 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Everett to Seattle.
Train 646 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Seattle to Everett.
Train 647 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Everett to Seattle.
Train 648 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Seattle to Everett.
Train 649 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Everett to Seattle.
Train 650 began May 2, 1989 and operated from Seattle to Everett.
Train 667 became local 52667 in late 1986 and was combined with train 663 on Feb. 23, 1987. In 1988, it handled local traffic between Pasco and Albany. In 1989 the schedule was changed to originate at Vancouver, WA.
Train 668 became local 52668 in late 1986 and became train 664 on Feb. 23, 1987. In 1988, it handled traffic for Salem, Beaverton, Willbridge, Vancouver, Pasco, and beyond.
SLSF train 666 handled ATSF traffic from the West Coast.
Train 666 handled traffic for Camas, Lyle, Wishram, Pasco, and beyond.
BN train 171 began in 1970 handling traffic for interchange with Southern Pacific train KFSMW. The schedule was change in 1971 with 171 originating at Spokane. The schedule was suspended during the mid-70s beginning again about 1979. The schedule was changed in the early 80s with 171 terminating at Klamath Falls. Train 171 became train 671 on Jan. 1, 1985. In 1988, it handled traffic for Pasco, local traffic from Wishram to Klamath Falls and traffic for SP train KFRVM to Roseville, CA. In 1989 the schedule was changed to originate at Pasco.
Burlington Northern train symbol 170 Deshutes, OR
BN train 170 began in 1970 and was suspended during the late 70s. Train 170 became train 672 on Jan. 1, 1985. In 1988, it handled local traffic to Bend and traffic for Wishram, Pasco, Spokane, and beyond. In 1989 the schedule was changed to terminate at Pasco.
BN train 675 began in Jan. 1985 operating from Tacoma to Elma where the train is split and continued to Bremerton and Aberdeen.
BN train 676 began in Jan. 1985 operating from Bremerton and Aberdeen to Elma where the train is combined and continued to Tacoma.
NP train 686 became BN train 149 BN train 681 picks up traffic for Vancouver, WA and Lake Yard at Stacy St, South Seattle, Tacoma, and Longview.
NP train 1-679 became BN train 146 and became train 682 in 1985. It handled traffic for Longview, Tacoma, and Seattle.
BN train 691 handled traffic for Longview, Centralia, Tacoma, and Seattle.
BN train 400 became train 692 on Jan. 1, 1985. In 1988, it picked up traffic for Pasco and beyond at South Seattle, Tacoma, Longview, and Vancouver.
Burlington Northern train symbol 693 Black River Junction, WA
GN train GWS is a run through with the WP and the ATSF to Southern California. GN train GWS became BN train 137 after the merger. Train 137 became train 693 Jan. 1, 1985. In 1988, it handled traffic for Vancouver, Maupin, Madras, Bend, Klamath Falls, and UP connection at Bieber. In 1989 the schedule was changed to terminate at Klamath Falls.
|GN GWS||Vancouver, BC||430P||Bieber||800A||2||69-70|
|BN 137||Vancouver, BC||300P||Bieber||700A||2||73|
Burlington Northern train symbol 694 at Wocus, OR
GN train SWG is the complement of the GWS. GN train SWG became BN train 138 after the merger. During the early 80s the terminal point was changed to Vancouver, BC. Train 138 became train 694 Jan. 1, 1985. In 1988, it handled traffic for Klamath Falls, Bend, Wishram, Vancouver, and beyond. In 1989 the schedule was changed to originate at Klamath Falls.
|GN SWG||Bieber||445P||Vancouver, BC||630A||2||69-70|
|BN 138||Bieber||645P||Vancouver, BC||630A||2||73|
Train 695 began Sept. 26, 1988 and operated from Pasco to Seattle.
Train 696 began Sept. 26, 1988 and operated from Seattle to Pasco.
Train 698 began Sept. 26, 1988 and operated from Seattle to Pasco.
Train 699 handled local traffic to Wenatchee and traffic for Everett and Seattle.
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