While roaming around Kansas City, I stumbled upon this crazy-colorful consist on this Knoche-Argentine transfer. Here, it's pulling through the Gooseneck, alongside a southbound coal train out of... (more)
BN 2976 is heading into La Crosse, WI in October of of 1991. This view of the Mississippi River valley is from the Grandad's Bluff overlook.
Late on a summer morning, BN's Albany to Pasco manifest crosses the magnificent timber trestle near Helvetia. This bridge is part of the the former United Railways line over Cornelius Pass. Lead u... (more)
It has been a year since BNSF was formed, but change has yet to come to the former Oregon Electric. On a hot summer day, BNSF's Albany to Eugene road freight rolls down 4th Street in Harrisburg.
Burlington Northern’s Helena turn crosses Bridge 182.7 in Wolf Creek Canyon west of Wolf Creek, Montana, on August 25, 1993. The train is powered by EMD GP39M No. 2885 and EMD SD40 No. 6304, and i... (more)
The Hudson Turn comes out of Denver as it prepares to meet several loaded coal trains ahead on the Brush Sub.
BNSF 2809, originally built in 1962 for the Union Pacific as a GP30 and then rebuilt as GP39M for the Burlington Northern, pulls a freight out of the Denver Yard.
BNSF's twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local was descending into Larkspur.
Burlington Northern’s Helena Turn heads through Wolf Creek Canyon west of Wolf Creek, Montana, on August 25, 1993. Powered by GP39M No. 2885 and SD40 No. 6304, the train is exiting Tunnel 4 and cr... (more)
Running for Whitefish with nine 4-axle units is Burlington Northern train #208 at Lupfer, MT, and the GP39m (rebuilt GP30) on the point looks good.
BN 2976 leads a northbound freight past the site of the old passenger depot in a shot taken from Grandad Bluff in Lacrosse, WI in October of 1991.
BNSF 2897 is a time capsule for the followers of the Burlington Northern, having still retained it face paint and side numbers after all these years. It was built in 1964 for the Southern Pacific... (more)
Its always a good day when you find a BN Cascade Green Geep sorting freight cars in the Denver Yard.
BNSF's twice weekly northbound Pikes Peak Local was climbing towards the top of the Palmer Divide at Palmer Lake