A loaded BNSF coal drag crosses the Clark Fork River while traversing the MRL at Noxon on a beautiful fall afternoon. Just a few minutes before the arrival of this train the waters were perfectly ... (more)
Waiting for the sun to swing around to the west, I caught this BNSF stack train passing under the old ATSF signal bridge just east of Marceline.
Two BNSF punkins lead a scrubber stone train across the now 30 year old bridge connecting the CSX Cumberland Valley Sub up to the NS Appalachia District.
Albany Port bound grain(earth worm) departs off the Bypass Track with the yard crew aboard on a busy Saturday morning at Selkirk Yard.
An eastbound stack train climbs up grade out of Seligmen, AZ as it meets a westbound manifest freight.
A lone BNSF SD70ACe leads a long, heavy train of loaded autoracks west towards IHB's Gibson yard on CN's South Bend subdivision, just west of Schoolcraft.
This train is pulling in at Elsberry, Missouri.
East Goffs - [Winter Solstice Study 2015] - An eastbound power moves back to Needles California from Barstow. These lite engines were caught at WBCS East Goffs.
Legacy Stone Work at Ludlow - In as many times as I have photographed this spot, I have always failed to include the old stone masonry on the east pier of this bridge at Ludlow.
The sto... (more)
Between patches of sun and blowing snow a BNSF oil train makes its way south on the UP Chester Sub at Valmeyer.
Southbound stacks winding through Cable Crossovers, are entering the town of Tehachapi, and the end of the climb to the summit.
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train rumbles past the east switch at Hope, Idaho, on September 4, 2003.
BNSF Tier 4 No.3878 with a hot Stack and TOFC. After rounding the horseshoe curve at Caliente it begins the 2% grade of the western slope of Tehachapi Mountains.
Making its way northbound downhill into Bealville from Cliff, 7159 and mates have just cleared tunnel 3, while way up the hill the rest of the train is just entering tunnel5.
A westbound BNSF train crests the hill at Wyaconda. The area around Wyaconda is very hilly and I'm sure provides some challenges for the crews.