With the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains as a backdrop, NS 272 departs the West Yard in Roanoke enroute to the Walkertown NC "car lot" via the pumpkin vine. Auto racks stretch as far as t... (more)
A grain train coming down the stairsteps west of Wyaconda, Missouri on the BNSF Transcon.
BNSF has been around for over a year, but you could never tell by this photo of an eastbound at Ash Hill in California's Mojave Desert.
DPU duty notwithstanding, it is still a good day when you catch a Warbonnet on either end of a train.
The Transcon is loaded with grain trains this time of year. This one is westbound at Medill, Missouri.
A BNSF freight leaves Sedalia behind and heads to Castle Rock, Colorado.
Thunderstorms are moving in on July 1, 2017, as an eastbound BNSF grain empty meets a westbound BNSF coal train tucked in the siding at Lombard, Montana, as the train negotiates curves running par... (more)
NS 757 just north of the Martinsville signal passing the former location of the W.M. Bassett Furniture plant on Rives Road. The "blue twins" were still coupled up and operating together ... (more)
Snow-covered CN 2566 (along with CN 2118 & CN 2512) lead CN 149 around a curve in the Port of Montreal a few minutes after a delayed depature. Since the start of the summer CN 149 has left the por... (more)
A Santa Fe manifest freight heads west on the transcon in summer 1995. BNSF was just two months away.
813 passes East through Itmann, almost to their destination at Elmore Yard.
Stopped into a one-horse town and saw just that. Welcome to the wild west!
A hot shot intermodal train races down Goffs Hill, through Arrowhead Jct, as it prepares to overtake a stack train at Ibis before reaching the crew's final destination of Needles, Calif.
An eastbound BNSF grain empty crosses 797-foot long Marent Trestle just east of Evaro, Montana, on September 18, 2006. This is Montana Rail Link’s highest bridge at 226 feet high, and and is locat... (more)
194 passes stopped J57 in the middle of a snowstorm at Iaeger. Things would soon come to a standstill as switches began to get clogged up with snow.