Westbound train at Horsethief State Park in the Columbia River Gorge.
Just a few moments after a calamitous camera drop (which was caused by the excitement of chasing an 'ACe leader' and resulted in a broken lens) a high priority intermodal with an interesting power... (more)
The "611 Shuttle" job brings the first stack train to traverse the Harbor Sub in nearly a month into Carson with a train bound for the Port of Long Beach.
Near Quinns, Montana, a westbound BNSF oil train travels along the Clark Fork, while in the foreground, Siegel Creek burbles into the river on October 2, 2015.
Eastbound train west of Maryhill in the Columbia River Gorge.
BNSF 1656 brings in a load of 8 Hyundai Eagle P3 commuter rail cars, which are used by RTD on its ever expanding commuter lines.
Two former BN units lead by BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) take a freight over the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins.
An eastbound military train heads east through Crozier Canyon as the two GE motors work hard hauling the heavy armor up Yampai Hill.
An early spring snow storm has covered Flagstaff, Ariz. with six inches of fresh powder (the forecast predicted only an inch). With the Coconino pine trees dressed in white, a high priority interm... (more)
A 2x2 double stack train from the Port of Long Beach battles the western grade of the Arizona Divide as crests the hump at Maine.
A westbound Belen, NM to Barstow, CA manifest train slowly grinds up the grade of Goffs Hill at Homer.
The Mojave Super Bloom 2017 -An eastbound stack train out of the Port of Los Angeles rounds the turn at Ludlow during the Spring super bloom after an extraordinarily wet Winter.
Two hours at Titlow No. 4: DPU 4020 brings up the rear of a loaded grain train rolling north on main 1 with the Narrows bridges in the background.
Two hours at Titlow No. 3: There is a crossover just south of this location, and a grain train was waiting for the light engine move to roll by, and now is headed north past a worker and the Difco... (more)
Two hours at Titlow No. 2: The light engine move heads south with BNSF 7637 trailing. More ties are visible and Difco dump cars are parked on the siding to the left, one with rip-rap in it.