Heading back to the mines in the Powder River Basin, a northbound BNSF coal empty passes through Glendo, Wyoming with a Grinstein SD70MAC and KCS pool unit bringing up the rear of the train.
A southbound BNSF loaded coal train out of the Powder River Basin rounds a curve near Glendo, Wyoming on the BNSF's Valley Subdivision.
BNSF 9636 along with a KCS belle bring up the rear of a westbound coal empty as it passes through the small town of Glendo, between Guernsey and Bridger Jct.
Just north of Glendo Wyoming, an empty BNSF coal train eases into "The Curve"
Rolling into a curve, BNSF 9020 Leads an empty coal train back to the mines in the north.
Heading back for a refill.
Going back for more coal.
Note two rail fans in lower left corner.
You can just see the DPU at the end of the train. I like the lone tree on the hillside.
BNSF SD70ACe 9317 is seen leading another loaded coal train south at West Elkhorn - 26/08/2009
With BNSF ES44AC 5964 and CEFX SD90MAC 133 on the point and BN SD70MAC 9633 working as the DPU, empty coal train E-CEBNAM2-02 rounds the curve toward the bridge over Elkhorn Creek
BNSF 8843 leads a north bound empty coal train through the hills of southeastern Wyoming enroute back to the Powder River for another load.
2nd OWY unit down, this coal load was down to a crawl through Glendo, but he made it down to Guernsey unassisted.
The two locomotives on the front work hard to bring their train up the hill coming into Glendo