A clean GE ES44AC leads a loaded grain train up Winston Hill at walking speed..... BNSF4212 is high above Canyon Ferry Lake, which is part of a series of dams along the mighty Missouri River. The... (more)
BNSF 8379 and company, hustle out of Fort Madison, Iowa.
What can only be described as a 'pretty big train' heads east past the desert outpost of Ludlow, with four units on the head-end and two bringing up the rear of roughly two miles of double-stacks.... (more)
Train Id: Q-015 in tow behind BNSF 7940 as it passes under the former interlocking signal in Akron Ohio
A mixed freight races through Marshfield, MO on the afternoon of September 13, 2016 with a Kansas City Southern in the consist.
This is a tribute photo of my father John R Doughty Sr. This morning at 4:00 am he passed away into eternity. This was the final train watching trip my brother John Doughty Jr. and I took with him... (more)
A frozen BNSF 6974 leads a loaded ethanol train through Perry, Ohio with a CSX Tier 4 running 2nd.
A 13,626 ton westbound coal drag slowly works up out of the Colorado River Valley as it crosses the Hwy 95 crossing at Arrowhead Jct. It will be another half hour till the train reaches the top of... (more)
With steel slabs & tractors dimensional train 058 heads east through Vickers.
After waiting for several intermodals to clear, a train of DIFCO side tipplers loaded with large boulders heads out of the siding and over the hill at Goffs. The train continued a few miles east t... (more)
6 units lead this westbound stack train up Ash Hill in the late afternoon.
Even a brief shower couldn't dampen the spirits of the railfans gathered for Verndale Rail 2012. Their commitment was rewarded with a rainbow at sunset as a westbound rolled through town.
BNSF baretable train climbing toward the Palmer Divide at the North Siding Switch Sedalia, CO
The westbound Worm dodges the shadows and barely makes the sunlight. Photographed at 18:21.
A pair of brand new BNSF ES44C4s lead this Tacoma, WA to Denver, CO train around the "big fill" in Westminster. Interesting how much these 25 units have made it around BNSF's system!