Five Super Fleet units are in charge of the 199 train as it begins the descent into the San Joaquin Valley.
Having been in revenue service for a little over a month, a clean B40-8W No. 526 leads a 199 train over the 4th crossing of Tehachapi Creek, just east of Woodford, CA. The train is on the western ... (more)
One of the first Swift RoadRailer trains operated by BNSF rolls south on the Union Pacific Cascade Subdivision. The train is using trackage rights originally granted to Great Northern. Due to brak... (more)
Four B40-8W's lead the hot shot 991 train just west of Flagstaff, Arizona.
A hot Santa Fe 199 accelerates through Pittsburg as its lead unit rocks through the east switch of the siding there. Partly obscured in shadow is a GP30u that the railroad uses for locals based in... (more)
Warbonnet BNSF 517 is at cruising speed between Longmont and Boulder, Colorado.
The Iowa Southern Railway (ISRY) leased 35 miles of trackage from the Appanoose County Community Railroad. Most of this track is ex-Wabash trackage with alittle ex-Rock Island trackage. The railro... (more)
The two B40-8W units strain to pull the freight up the incline at Burns Junction.
The hottest train on the system. With the newest units on the roster. A B40-8W leads 5 GP60M's in their beautiful red and silver paint.
BNSF 521 pulling lumber out of Boulder Colorado
The BNSF runs a push-me/pull-you configuration of two B40-8W's as it heads to Broomfield, Colorado.
Warbonnet 517 crosses HW 287 in Broomfield, Colorado.
Warbonnet 517 pulls into Burns Junction with a small freight.
Warbonnet 517 leads a freight through the woods east of Boulder, Colorado.