A JECX coal train climbs round the upper horseshoe curve. Trailing units are AC44CW UP 7033, Oakway SD60s 9047 and 9091.
with around 18" of snow in the past week here in the Twin Ports the BNSF has dug out Snow Dozer 940022 and has it ready to start plowing the yards, starting here in Superior.
The Duluth Transfer making it's way back to the BNSF Yard in Superior while battling a little snow on the way
A grain train has just hit the West end of the Creston Subdivision and turned south onto the Saint Joseph Subdivision.
Westbound coal at first light. Unfortunately this old signal and wooden platform have now been replaced with a newer steel platform and signal.
A loaded SEPX coal train draws to a stand at MP411.6 on Crawford Hill to wait for a preceding train to clear Belmont summit. Trailing units are D8-40C UP 9281 and C30-7s 5006, 5085, 5588.
The Great Pumpkin backs the BN-CP Transfer through the interlocking at Redrock and into the CP's St. Paul Yard.
On the last day of 2016 the skies of Arizona put on a show as the sun peeked out from a winter storm. The light was insane as an Eastbound stack train is passing through Canyon Diablo.
In November of 2017, the astounding Arizona sunset provides the backdrop for an Eastbound stack train at Seligman, AZ.
Burlington Northern C30-7 5531 leads a CEPX coal train round the upper horseshoe of Crawford Hill. Trailing units are SD40-2 8090, C30-7 5178 and Oakway SD60 9010.
A trio of BNSF SD70MACs rolls a train of empties down the upper horseshoe curve of Crawford Hill.
A view not often seen, from the ground or the air. The turntable and roundhouse at BNSF's Balmer Yard in Seattle, WA. Featuring an SW1000, placed like it was just waiting to have it's photo ta... (more)
3 BNSF GEs drag a short manifest westbound on the Creston Subdivision as the train approaches the milepost 41.1 crossover.
The last light of the day catches a nice looking BNSF consist at Orchard Farm, Missouri.
A set of classic Santa Fe power sits, lashed-up together, in the Springfield engine yard on a sunny morning.