An early monsoon forms north of the Kingman area as hot Z-train for San Bernardino, Calif. races down the grade from Walapai with an ET44C4 leading.
Local job BNSF L-CHI663-22 is sitting in idle waiting for a crew to take the train west on the BNSF Ottuma Sub to all the rail served industry around the area. the motor consist of another BNSF B4... (more)
Train after train is pretty much the order of the day on the BNSF Racetrack in Naperville Il. Here BNSF 3962 leads a eastbound manifest through town ...
The beautiful former ATSF/Santa Fe Railroad Station in Newton, Kansas played host to the Amtrak special on 8/4/2016. Passing BNSF Railway power shows a meet of the modern day operators on this lin... (more)
I was surprised to stumble onto this locomotive "storage" line on the west side of North Yard. The line consisted of NRE gensets and GEs (at the far end). No. 1231, the genset closest to... (more)
I had been standing here for a couple of hours when a rather large teenage girl came up to see what I was doing. After a few words had been spoken she found out that I was English."Say,"... (more)
BNSF manifest H-PTLPAS2 was the last eastbound freight before the Fallbridge Sub was parted for the excursion. This Portland to Pasco train is seen just east of Cooks in the Columbia River Gorge w... (more)
BNSF 7284 leads eastbound bare tables through Moabi Regional Park on BNSF's Seligman Sub.
BNSF 3165 a GP50 leads a short east bound train through Naperville Il...
BNSF 8267 West, G-SLGBAR8-22A with ethanol tanks mixed in the grain hopps. Struggling up the east side of the Goff grade at MP 599.0, or near Bannock.
BNSF 8127 West, Z-ALTSBD9-27L approaching Homer near the top of the long westbound climb between Needles and Goffs, CA.
BNSF 7864 East, V-SBDTUP4-28A with 64 empty racks headed for Tupelo, Mississippi. But first navigating the curves west of Ludlow, CA.
BNSF 4260 East leads the Q-LACCXB1-28L over the top of Ash Hill.
BNSF 4029 East, H-BARGAL9-27A with a CSX unit 4th out and a mile of train behind it, approaching Pisgah.