Five big GEs roll off the summit of Curtis Hill with a hot eastbound Z train.
At midday in January 2015, an eastbound BNSF stack train heads out of Woodford, OK, the largest town by far for miles around. Woodward is both a railroad town and an oil refining center.
A Chili-MAC bring up the rear of an empty Georgia Power Plant R.W. Scherer coal train, passing the old Spring Street Tower.
A BNSF GEVO catches some sun under one an old Southern cantilever signal bridge.
After climbing through the more rugged section of Kingman Canyon, an eastbound intermodal sweeps around the big curve at the baseball diamonds on the south side of Kingman, just railroad east of t... (more)
Crossing Nason Creek, Five engines with No. 5792 leading lift a westbound BNSF Z up the eastside of the Cascade Mountains.
Late on a clear winter's day, a westbound intermodal train attacks the steepest part of Curtis Hill.
BNSF 5000 West tackles the grade at Belva as it passes the famous big red hills located there.
Early in the morning, a westbound BNSF manifest meets an eastbound pig on the steep hill between Bena and Sandcut, CA.
A northbound BNSF manifest meets a southbound coal train headed for the Ft. Scott Sub with three new ACEs for DPUs on the rear.
Late on a warm afternoon, a southbound BNSF coal train roars past the greenery that surrounds Tower 60 and the Trinity River.
A BNSF coal load charges up the slight grade south of Tower 55.
Sliding down the east slope of the Cascades, eastbound Cans with Executive Scheme SD70MAC No. 9808 and ES44AC No. 5802 in helper service, cross the Wenatchee River at Dryden.
On a quick trip up North we headed straight for the "Darling overlook". There were quite a few trains in the area and we never really figured out what was going on but it sure made for ... (more)