Brand new ES44C4's lead a heavy 11,421 ton "K" train over the Continental Divide on a warm and windy Spring afternoon on the Transcon.
An LMX Dash 8 leads a BNSF eastbound at North Guam.
An eastbound BNSF stack train negotiates the reverse curves at North Guam as it climbs toward the Continental Divide.
Four ex-BN SD40-2s lead an eastbound manifest with the Redwall Sandstone Cliffs for a backdrop.
Late in the afternoon, an eastbound stack train catches the rays of the setting sun.
Three ex-BN SD40-2s haul an eastbound BNSF stack train uphill past the Redwall Sandstone Cliffs on the way to the Continental Divide.
GEVO's rumble towards the Continental Divide with an Eastbound stack from the LA Harbor in tow.
Navajo red sandstone melts away in the heatwaves of a 10,000 foot stack train charging up the 1.25% grade towards the Continental Divide.
GE's easily concur the 1.25% grade leading to the Continental Divide with a Los Angeles to Willow Springs Z train in tow.
Red sandstones, Dash 8's and blue skies, what more could you ask for?
BNSF ES44DC 7513 leads an eastbound Z climbing toward the Continental Divide in scenic western New Mexico.
A BNSF Q train works uphill eastbound approaching the Continental Divide as the the last rays of sunlight fall on the backdrop of Navajo sandstone near North Guam, NM on the Gallup Subdivision.
BNSF 7271 leads an eastbound at MP 138X at North Guam, NM at sunset on September 26, 2009.