22N has a rolling meet with 288-30. A crew started calling this train "Twenty Two Nacho" a few years ago and is now referred to a such by most crews, dispatchers and yardmasters.
Its cold outside but finding a full house of BNSF power waiting at the engine servicing facility makes up for it. There are 32 pumpkins waiting for service or orders to head to the yard.
GEVO's at Pilgrim Hill - A westbound BARWAT manifest passes Pilgrim Hill in the Cajon Pass on a late fall afternoon in November.
The BARWAT is the manifest drag that runs from the yard i... (more)
Snow on the higher elevations of the mountains surrounding Cajon pass as stacks climb eastbound to the summit.
Dawn breaks in Cajon Pass at Keenbrook. Eastbound Stacks climb the pass under threating clouds that have dumped snow at higher elevations.
A light power move is going away westbound into Hemphill Tunnel No. 2 just west of Welch, W.Va.
Heading south on the number One Main, and approaching the Santa Ana, California, Amtrak/Metrolink station, is BNSF Railway's M-BARSDG1-27A, a merchandise train heading from Barstow to San Diego. ... (more)
NS 17G with an ES44DC leader passes under Torrance Road on Thanksgiving Day 2015.
CSX M750-20 is on the rear of the massive CSX X675-18 (Hamlet, NC-Nashville,TN) helping the train to get over the crest of the Raccoon Mountain grade.
A pair of modern GE's are stopped by an at least 60 year old signal installed by the Seaboard Air Line Railroad.
On a nice Thanksgiving morning, NS 219 Rolls through Tuscaloosa on time.
A foursome of BNSF Gevos get this handoff train up to speed and on the move again as these priority domestic container double stacks continue the journey from the West coast to Atlanta.
Racing across the eastern Mojave Desert, a Los Angeles, CA to Ft. Madison, IA intermodal train has now problem making the 70 MPH track speed along Route 66 near Goffs.
21Q approaching CP 203 on the Norfolk Southern Chicago Line