A nice mix of Warbonnet and GECX demos have found there way onto this QCHILAC as it passes Summit and begins it's way down Cajon Pass.
Brand new BNSF 3927 leads a westbound QNYCLAC through Hesperia in the late afternoon.
Foreign power through the snow make for a delightful 2014-15 winter.
North Dakota has been experiencing record rainfall in the past few decades, creating lakes in the rolling hills. Railroads used large amounts of rip-rap to deal with the issue.
It was a day of eastbounds, which worked to our advantage on the ex-NP Jamestown Sub but hosed us in the afternoon on the ex-GN KO Sub. A Glendive, MT to Northtown, MN key train brings up the rea... (more)
No, it's not a DPU. The only westbound in 4 hours was empty crude oil running 1x2.
An eastbound grain empty crosses the high bridge over the Sheyenne River. Talk about a peaceful and relaxing place in between burst of excitement.
BNSF ET44C4 3961 leads a fast intermodal train west.
BNSF 9275, 9199, & 5981 with westbound empties on the Ravenna sub.
BNSF 6382, 6065, 8410, & 9633 lead westbound empties. Left hand running is the norm on BNSF's Ravenna & Sandhills subs.
An old warrior sits as a switcher in Vancouver.
A brand new GE ET44C4 in BNSF paint, rolls through one of the many winding curves in northern Missouri.
Thomas Hill coal loads creep southbound towards the power plant just outside of Bevier, MO.
6252 shoves on the rear of a "Tommy Hill" coal train through the cut between Maxwell and Thiehoff. The black diamonds are bound for the AEC power plant at Thomas Hill, MO.