BNSF 6429 pushes on eastbound coal loads.
On a beautiful spring day, BNSF No. 6864 heads north over fresh laid ballast with its double-stack train bound for Birmingham, AL.
Several boats are on the Mississippi River while a grain train rolls south along the river bluffs.
A smelly garbage train heads east along the mighty Columbia River George. A Dash-9 wearing the new BNSF scheme, over powers the sound of westward winds as fall approaches.
An empty oil train cruises west with a colorful lashup of power on a beautiful summer afternoon.
BNSF 3927 west leads a QNYCLAC as it nears Hesperia in the late afternoon.
A westbound train of steamship boxes flies west through the quaint town of Elk River. Unfortunately, with the congestion on BNSF this would be one of the few trains actually moving.
BNSF's JY Local crosses the 3,860' long, 162' high bridge over the Sheyenne River with five SD40-2s and 124 cars. Not the kind of local I am used to... but one of my favorite photos of the trip.
Westbound coal empties behind a pair of EMDs roll downgrade around one of the curves in the Lake Park area as they head toward Dilworth for a crew change.
BNSF 9770 is slowly approaching a red signal and will stop to wait its turn for a crew change in Ravenna.
A pair of NS ES44ACs bring up the rear of an eastbound BNSF coal train.
BNSF SD70MAC 8903 leads coal empties west through Riverdale.
A trio of former Cascade green haulers now man the switching tracks of Vancouver.
An westbound K-train passes Weverton, Maryland.
A nice looking BNSF 6504 leads a long eastbound TOFC train up track 3 as it nears Silverwood,