A southbound (westbound) Burlington Northern Santa Fe stack train passes Picnic Point Park north of Edmonds, Washington, on our nation’s birthday in 2004.
It is well below freezing as the sun begins to dip behind the mountains. Sitting all alone in the Union Pacific's North Yard is BNSF 4353 (Dash-9), waiting for a UP partner and a string of freigh... (more)
UP 9572 is the lead unit on a eastbound auto train at Mira Loma.
Northbound grain empties thunder by the idle Sallisaw switcher power. The thunder will really begin when the train hits the UP (ex-MP) crossing just ahead.
With 301 stopped at Hazel Dell on NS Pass and 22 still waiting here at Iles, NS 33J with two pumpkins on the point breezes by with it's headlights completely out.
A colorful K040 approaches CP5.
With a colorful mix of power including a brand new GE C44-9W, a Burlington Northern & Santa Fe stacker clears Silio, a siding just east of Willard, New Mexico on the Clovis Subdivision.
The Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway designed a new paint scheme that paid homage to its northern routes called 'Heritage 1'. The Great Northern Railway inspired Omaha Orange and Pullman Gre... (more)
NS 290 snaking through the beautiful Virginia countryside at last light on the outskirts of Front Royal.
Westbound BNSF stack train negotiating Crozer Canyon located between Valentine and Truxton stations on the Seligman Sub
AT&SF #611, leads a west bound on bridge 2,in Abo Canyon, NM. 4/14/1997
A westbound empty coal train leaves Bluefield and begins its journey west along the Pocahontas Division as summer afternoon storms begin to roll in.
Northbound BNSF manifest passing CP Palmer Lake with a great mix of power