A BNSF QKCKSAG run-through RoadRailer from Ft. Wayne, IN, on the NS (symbol 267) meets an eastbound grain train at Gardner, KS. The classic Santa Fe signal bridges in this photo are now gone, as i... (more)
An older, yet still dependable EMD locomotive heads up these westbound autos. I saw a lot of trains in Gardner back in the 90's, but this is the only GP-35 that I photographed there. The bridge fr... (more)
A solid set of CSX power takes BNSF Train U WELCSX1 17A through Gardner on the BNSF Emporia Sub. This is the empty "dirty dirt train" returning from a waste facility near Wellington, KS... (more)
A month old GE ET44C4 leads BNSF Train Z LACCHI7 17L into a superelevated curve of the BNSF Emporia Sub. just east of the city of Gardner, KS after a crew change at LPKC.
Locomotives: BNSF 3... (more)
A colorful power set rolls through Gardner, KS on their final miles towards Argentine Yard in Kansas City, KS.
In the last days of the Santa Fe, a WB intermodal passes by a field of sunflowers and under a double set of signal bridges in Gardner. The road bridge from where I took this photo is now long gone... (more)
Another stack train heads west on the BNSF Emporia Sub. at CP Gardner as another eastbound is already lined up.
Passing under the ATSF Signal Bridge at CP Gardner on the BNSF Emporia Sub. on Main Track 1 is a California Bound stack train with a pair of SD40-2s in the back of the consist.
Lightning from a severe thunderstorm illuminates the sky above Gardner as a Westbound BNSF Loaded Grain Train bears down on a clear signal.
BNSF trains meet at a signal bridge in Gardner whose days are numbered.
Two hard-working GEVOs push on the rear of a heavy eastbound coal drag at Gardner.
A westbound RoadRailer late getting out of Kansas City meets a heavy eastbound manifest at Gardner.
New C4 No. 6719 leads a westbound stack train thorugh Gardner.
Late in the day, a northbound manifest changes crews at the north end of the yard.
This UP APL/Pacer stack train is detouring on BNSF's Transcon between Chicago and Hutchinson, KS, as seen here in Gardner, about 35 miles southwest of Kansas City.