Train APLA5X on what is now called the Blair Sub. is climbing Arlington Hill about 11 miles short of arriving at Fremont, NE.
A trio of high-hood Geeps leads a westbound freight along the former Nickel Plate mainline. Tom Golden photo.
A line of BNSF power in Eola.
The heritage is easily identified on MSE's latest addition with the C&NW nose mounted bell. The railroad's first turbocharged unit rests next to the shop at Moss Point.
CNW 5084 is about to depart Proviso Yard in August of 1988. The CNW water tower adds a nice touch.
BNSF 3147 retained its BN paint long after the merger and often worked the Denver Yard sorting freight cars.
A GP50 leads a grain train departing Pacific Junction, IA.
The Marceline Local heads west with a single repaired bad order retrieved from the Marceline Yard.
A variety of BNSF power sits in Springfield Yard waiting for the call to duty, including most notably an ex-Santa Fe GP50 and an executive SD70MAC. If you squint hard enough, you might be able to ... (more)