This UP coal load is running against the current of traffic on the BNSF Ft. Scott Sub after passing a BNSF loaded ballast train (Seen on the other main down the RoW)
Congestion at Craig! Usually the BNSF Transcon is gummed up for Eastbound trains heading for Argentine Yard, but on this day, the Westbounds were getting in each others way trying to get out of to... (more)
BNSF 772 has just pulled up and stopped beside 739. The crews will be swapped and 772 will then leave out first toward Ft. Scott, KS.
BNSF 772 begins pulling on its southbound freight after the crews were swapped. BNSF 739 will wait for 772 to cross over just ahead at CP Charlie.
The BNSF Spring Hill Local stops at Lenexa on the BNSF Ft. Scott Sub. The brakeman gets ready to run time on the switch as the conductor makes a cut.
The BNSF Spring Hill Local rolls into town on the BNSF Ft. Scott Sub. where it will make a pickup before continuing south.
At CP Charlie on the BNSF Ft. Scott Sub., the dispatcher has instructed this pair of trains to swap crews before continuing south, and they are in the process of that activity now.
BNSF train is neck and neck with the competition on I-35 at CP Charlie on the BNSF Ft. Scott Sub.
Now coming up on CP Charlie is UP Train AAMSA 15 on the BNSF Ft. Scott Sub. near the I-35/I-435 interchange.
The Oakways and the SD40-2 parallel I-35 to the right, and Santa Fe Trail Drive to the left, down the BNSF Ft. Scott Sub. in front of the UPS Lenexa Hub leading BNSF Train M KCKTUL1 11.
BNSF 9638 leads a trio of engines including on a unit coal train.
Southbound coal train traveling through Lenexa on ex-Frisco mainline.