BNSF's Pasadena Local goes about switching duties at a local customer near the old ATSF Pomona depot.
BNSF's Pasadena Local with a pair of Warbonnet EMD GP60M's is racing through Rancho Cucamonga at CP Rochester.
BNSF's Pasadena Local with a pair of Warbonnet's is returning to the main line after having shoved its hole train up the La Verne Metropolitan water spur to fetch 1 empty inside the plant. A some ... (more)
Ft Worth to Los Angeles intermodal train approaching Helendale, CA
The BNSF marking is nearly worn off GP60M 149, which gives the unit the appearance it had before the merger, when it was simply Santa Fe 149. These two GP60Ms (149 and 102), built in 1990, have l... (more)
A pair of GP60s hold for a red at Fullerton for a northbound Amtrak. These two warbonnets will head out to Esperanza to pick up a strong of empty well cars and them bring them back to Hobart to be... (more)
A short local led by a Super Fleet GP60M heads east past Hackberry Road.
Mixed-bag consists like this one were fairly common in the early days of the BNSF merger. This westbound is passing through the location of Glen Frazer in Franklin Canyon, about 10 miles east of ... (more)
after spending last night in a hotel in Paducah then picking up the freshly shopped 101 as well as another HLCX unit in the morning, BNSF's Centralia to Paducah Local crew departs P&L's Paducah ya... (more)
The BNSF "San Jac" is a local train that stays on its branch for days at a time. The train works the area up and down between Highland and Perris and then is shut down when the crew's time runs ou... (more)
A local out of Richmond is dropping a string of empty pig cars in the siding at Christie on the BNSF Stockton Sub.
A sunbathing Warbonnet parked on one of the Tie-up tracks at BNSF's La Mirada Yard.
Riding Lite- A Hobart based crew person rides the rear of a pair of lite GP60Ms on the way to the siding near the ball park in Fullerton to pick up a string of well cars.
A BNSF local works industries in south Fullerton California.
BNSF 147 leads an hour late Amtrak # 711 down the 'square.