A BNSF local pulls west of town to spot a few hopper cars at an industry in perfect evening light.
After changing crews, a double-stack train clmbs out of Enid, heading for Tulsa.
The Enid-based local switch run, with GP38's into two different paint schemes, returns to the Enid after switching the nitrogen plant SE of town.
EB double stack train departs for Tulsa following a quick crew change in Enid.
BNSF 6941 and CSX 212 lead an Eastbound mixed manifest through the alignment change at Washington Street towards the UP diamond. The train will be recrewed at the 10th Street yard before continui... (more)
A unit coil train led by BNSF #5294 heads West out of Enid on the Avard Subdivision.
BNSF 1637, a 50-year-old GP9, soaks up the bright Oklahoma sunshine for a few minutes before it disappears back into the bowels of the W.B. Johnston Grain Co., as seen in Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: EMD GP9Location: Enid, Oklahoma, USALocomotive #: BNSF 1637Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: September 17, 2007
Can you guess which way the wind blows? One of the surprising things from our trip to Oklahoma last year was the constant winds from the south, as demonstrated by this tree in the shadow of... (more)
Some interesting backlighting provides a semi-flashback to the gray scheme that UP 844 wore over a decade ago.
Union Pacific 4-8-4 844 puts on an impressive show for the assembled crowd as it moves off the siding where it spent the night and prepares to load up for its northbound jaunt to Wichita.
A UP crewman kicks off the second day of the chase by throwing the switch to let the special onto the main.
UP 844 and consist sit on the siding by the ex-CRI&P station in Enid, OK after the day's run from Chickasha.