BNSF Railway SD70ACe No. 9092, with We Energies empties in tow, climbs under a rainbow on the railroad's Big Horn Sub in Wyoming.
One of the first orders of C4s is on the point of a Los Angeles Harbor (Pier 400) to Clovis, NM stack train as it battles the grade exiting east Seligmam.
A westbound Silver Z races across the Colorado River as it heads for Needles, CA where a new crew will take the final leg of this trains journey to San Bernardino, CA.
BNSF's Gold Bar unit, BNSF 7695, leads an eastbound intermodal train across the Needles Subdivision as it knocks down the eastbound signals of Siberia.
Another load of coal destined to Roberts Bank, BC for export rolls down the mighty Columbia River on BNSF's scenic Fallbridge sub.
The spigot and the drain of the Transcon is a small highway overpass on the east side of Barstow, near the McDonalds. Here is why - three stacks, two westbound and one eastbound all moving apace a... (more)
An eastbound stack train rolls around the curve and into Moorhead as it heads for the KO mainline at Moorhead Junction, just ahead.
Eastbound stacks round the curve into downtown Fargo and pass over Roberts Street as they head toward Minnesota and the KO main.
A single Mac leads an oddball mix of cars eastward into the Dilworth yard.
An empty frac train moves eastward past the Dilworth yard behind a trio of GEs.
A former BN GP50 runs long hood forward as it moves a cut of cars eastward from the Fargo yard.
It's early morning in Fargo as a nice pair of 60Ms rests in the yard with a long mixed freight.
Eastbound BNSF 5312 rolls on to Rock Creek Trestle in Feather River Canyon.
A Goat Boat comes into Barstow leading an interesting consist that includes a CEFX SD40M-2 in an SD45 carbody.
The line-up of morning trains in the Barstow Yard is a who's who of 20-30 year old locomotives. This congregation of historic power may be due to the high water on the Rock and Mississippi rivers ... (more)