Coming through the tree tunnel
Outbound loads from the quarry at Casanova
A westbound train is just exiting Crozier Canyon on a pleasant sunny afternoon.
I did irritate a rattlesnake here, so be careful!
Various engines of different schemes rest in the engine terminal in Galesburg, IL.
As the sun starts to set, BNSF 4635 snakes west towards California leading a long domestic stack train through Eagle Nest.
A quintet of BNSF GEs hustle one of the hottest trains on the railroad into the rapidly fading sunset having just crossed into the state of Arizona from New Mexico at Lupton.
A trio of GEs speed away from the New Mexico border with a Memphis originating stack train.
A Phoenix bound vehicle train rapidly leaves New Mexico behind for an evening run to Winslow on the Gallup Sub.
BNSF C44-9W 4633 wastes no time entering the state of Arizona with a Phoenix bound rack train.
Phoenix bound autos scream west on the Gallup Sub at 70 per.
Running at 70mph, BNSF C44-9W 4633 leads a 56 car vehicle train west towards the NM/AZ border.
BNSF C44-9W 4642 leads a Los Angeles Harbor destined stack train away from the New Mexico border.
Westbound stacks fly through Houck, just having crosses over from New Mexico
With traffic ahead finally back on the move, BNSF C44-9W 5084 wastes no time getting its grain train back up to track speed.
Chicago and North Western NORX coal empties cross the famous Kate Shelley Bridge over the Des Moines River west of Boone, Iowa, on April 15, 1995. Lightning-stripe GE C44-9Ws Nos. 8676 and 8679 po... (more)