Welcome to the Jungle! Go back in time 15 plus years ago, this would be a common sight with ATSF stack trains and manifest would pass through all day and all night. Now, with the Alameda Co... (more)
On the very first run of Superfleet GP60Ms, the Santa Fe QNYLA train speeds through Ransom, Illinois, on May 20, 1990. Only two GP60Ms were delivered by EMD at this point (Nos. 100 and 101), so FP... (more)
BNSF GP60M #100 leads a westbound rock train through the Columbia River Gorge on a windy winter morning.
BNSF's Pasadena Roadswitcher went dead on hours of service this past Friday evening and tied there train down in front of the old Santa Fe depot in Pomona where it has been for the past 2 days. It... (more)
Santa Fe GP60M #146 was painted in the Maersk scheme and given a matching set of containers for use in a Maersk promotional film.
The San Jac (pronounced Jack) Local (named for the branch's original end point in San Jacinto, CA) has been running through and then southeast of Perris about once a week after sunset. Today they... (more)
GP60M 149 shows little sign of BNSF ownership while leading the westbound local through Glendora. The other 2 warbonnets on today's Pasadena Roadswitcher job were the 128 and 129.
With most of the steep climb behind, BNSF's San Jacinto Local nears the top of the Box Springs grade.
BNSF's San Jacinto Local works up the slight grade here with 11 loaded grain hoppers and is about to cross the Union Pacific Riverside branch.
BNSF's San Jacinto Local works up the steep Box Springs grade with 11 loaded grain hoppers.
Santa Fe lives on! (well at least through BNSF)
Here we see a local lead by a patched ATSF warbonnet lean into the super-elevated curves in Albany.
Humming through the desert at an impressive track speed of 50MPH, an exceptionally clean Warbonnet GP60M and three rebuilt BNSF SD45-2's have nearly completed their eastbound trip from Boron to Ba... (more)