Far from the person that's controlling her, 6926 is working the east end of the yard without anyone in the cab.
A GP38-2 pulls a string of BNSF gondolas out of the hump yard.
A wide variety of motive power in a variety of paint schemes sits in the yard in Galesburg.
Various GE and EMD engines in Galesburg, IL.
A BNSF B40-8W stands still at the locomotive facility in Galesburg, IL.
Various engines of different schemes rest in the engine terminal in Galesburg, IL.
There's nobody in the cab. BNSF remote-control SD40-2 No. 6926 pulls a long string of cars out the east end of the yard. The RCO is way back in the yard using a belt back to control the locomotive... (more)
An old crossbuck sign is lit by nothing but the Milky Way galaxy.
Late in the afternoon, a workman inspects B-unit No. 7198, as well as the SD40-2s on either side of it, before they return to work on the hump.
Near sunset, a westbound vehicle train departs Galesburg Yard by flying over the main line that heads for southern Illinois, and then curves onto the Ottumwa Sub to head west.
BNSF 6048 brings up the rear of a northbound coal empty at Saluda.
The usual variety of motive power sits in Galesburg yard.
Various engines at the locomotive terminal in Galesburg, IL.
An SD45 rebuild unit sits in Galesburg Yard.
Late in the evening after the lights have come on, power from a BNSF local arrives at the engine facility. Not long before this, an intense downpour engulfed the entire yard.