BNSF 5404 trails at the end of the train while BNSF 5962 leads. This train was working somewhere south of Old Monroe dumping ballast and returning back to Old Monroe for the night on BNSF's Hannib... (more)
Train full of politicians. They're probably drinking coffee and smoking big cigars.
The H1 GEs sure were nice when new. They fit right in on Marias Pass as they ease a loaded grain train west off the summit.
A westbound vehicle train was seen rolling along the Sound.
The Gooseneck Curves lie deep within the walls of the Price River Canyon. The curves and grade make for a challenging climb for this heavy westbound manifest. The Wasatch Mountains and book Cliff... (more)
The E93712 that sat in Wyoming Yard for a few days finally makes its way west nearing New Richmond. 2nd unit dumped it's water over the weekend.. decision was made to just leave the unit off and l... (more)
Southbound manifest 11R makes an appearance at Lexington on the last few miles on its trip to Linwood with an BNSF SD70MAC in the 'Executive Scheme' leading a couple of NS GEs.
Two former Burlington Northern SW1500s push a graffitied and boarded up Santa Fe caboose into the yard. Above, a BNSF freight with a Citirail leader continues east on the flyover.
A empty coal train pulls into the siding at Skykomish.
Just a few minutes after sunrise this westbound coal train negotiated a meet at Elsberry and then headed toward St. Louis.
A rare wintry scene was set in the Puget Sound area as a manifest freight continues south through town.
A BNSF executive mac and warbonnet head south on another loaded oil train bound for Mitchell, IL. This train originated in Eland, ND.
A BNSF mixed freight pulls past Machens, Missouri in the flood plain between the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers.
A wintry reminder that winter is right around the corner as a westbound BNSF stack train continues along the Puget Sound after a overnight rare snow storm dumped a layer of snow throughout the reg... (more)