A repainted H3 Dash-9 rounds the curve in Kingman Canyon on a westbound auto that has all the paint schemes on BNSF's GE engines (H1, H2, H3).
What Luck! As I hear the horn of a westbound S LPCLBJ stack approaching, I focus my attention to an eastbound stack train. After it passes by me, I realize I wont be able to shoot the west... (more)
A Los Angeles, CA to Memphis, TN stack train charges hard up the hill to Yamapi as it makes its way over the Northern Arizona Desert.
Slowly gliding down the hill from Yampi, BNSF 7842 is in control of a 2x1 steel coil train as it has a max speed of 45mph going down the hill.
A brand new ES44C4, BNSF 6552, makes its way down Cajon Pass as it heads for the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Three BNSF motors pull a heavy SLABAR manifest across the Mojave Desert after meeting an eastbound stack train.
Four BNSF motors charge up Tehachapi Pass to Tunnel 2 as they pull a heavy North Bay, CA to Willow Springs, IL UPS Intermodal train.
Two GE Evolution Series locomotives help push this 10,000 foot land barge over Cajon Pass as the train snakes around the rock formations at Pine Lodge.
A H3 painted Dash-9 is in charge of a 4x3x2 loaded grain shuttle as it slowly makes its descent on Tehachapi Pass on a cold January evening.
BNSF 7026 approaches Fullerton, slowly, as it prepares to stop for the red signal. In the background, BNSF 7777 pulls the M WATBAR as it will cross over in front of the stack train on a chilly Feb... (more)
Southern California There aren't many places in the United States where the steel rail is next to palm trees like Southern California. One of the iconic railroad spots in California is Full... (more)
At time, a new ES44C4 leads a westbound stack train down Cajon Pass as it snakes around Hill 582 on a hot May afternoon.
A pair of SD60Ms idle off the side of Alameda st. while they wait for their next assignment to build a train in ITCF.
The DPUs of an eastbound 10,000 foot stack train pushes over Route 66 on the famous ATSF bridge in Williams, AZ.
As dusk starts to settle in the northern Arizona Desert, a pair of BNSF GEs pull a Los Angeles bound empty well car train towards Kingman.