A trio of three year old GP39-2s prepare for departure to Bieber. In summer 1984, there was still a fair amount of Inside Gateway traffic to turn over to Union Pacific.
BNSF St. Cloud local power sits in the former GN St. Cloud Yard.
BNSF 2778 started life in 1975 with the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe as a GP39-2. It has lost its Bluebonnet paint scheme and has been assimilated into the Heritage III BNSF Borg collective.
A former Santa Fe bluebonnet geep leads M-CHIGAL west through Lockport.
Free of freight interference due to a derailment east of Williston, an overpowered local rockets westward through Trenton trying to stay ahead of an Amtrak train that has just been turned at Willi... (more)
Happy Friday the 13th. It appears that an eastbound local freight out of Williston had some cars derail and sideswipe an eastbound grain empty. Approximately 47 cars derailed. Photo taken minutes ... (more)
BNSF GP39-2 2572 hustles a short local back towards Flagstaff after making a quick turnaround in Winslow.
BNSF GP39-2 2572 prepares to head back out onto the main at East Flagstaff and then reverse into the yard on the south side of the Seligman Sub.
Westbound Q353 follows the Casselman River between Salisbury Junction and Garrett, Pa.
WAMX 3947 and the L465 job shove a loaded lumber car for Hall Lumber up the Middleton Business Park industrial track.
Some early signs of fall begin to show as WSOR's L465 local makes its return to Madison over the Prairie Sub between Cross Plains and Middleton.
Eastbound L465 local returning from Mazomanie heads through Cross Pains, WI with just two cars.
Tampa still maintains most of the Lakeland-area locals, here O708 has come up from Yeoman and will work just north of town, both on the Auburndale and Vitis sides. Still standing are the classic ... (more)
Work continues in the small BNSF yard at Kelly Lake, MN even as small thunderstorm approaches from the south.
A BNSF local is just out of Bismarck/Mandan with a couple of rebuilt GP's, a car of scrap metal and 2 loads of lumber for the Menards distribution center at McKenzie a few miles away.