A northern visiter leads the Coast Starlight from Washington to Los Angeles.
The snow is now falling very heavily, nearly obstructing the view of NS 237, which is led by BNSF SD75I 8296 in warbonnet paint. The unit was picked up in Columbia, SC overnight, and it is now ass... (more)
BNSF 5886 (ES44AC) brings a long coal train into the North Yard, assisted by BNSF 8982 (an SD70MAC) and two helpers positioned mid-train.
After doing work in Longmont, the Denver, CO to Cheyenne, WY Manifest slowly approaches the 115th Street Crossing at Highland where they'll meet the southbound "Stinky Slinky" Molten Sulfur train ... (more)
BNSF grain train G WOLINB 903 crosses the Clark Fork after fresh snow had fallen the day before. This train featured a number of new covered hoppers. It originated in Wolsey, SD and was headed for... (more)
Heading from Omaha, Nebraska, to Long Beach, California, BNSF Raiway train S-OMASCO3-30A speeds through the Mojave Desert just outside Essex, California, on February 3rd, 2014. BNSF Dash 9-44CW 4... (more)
The passage of time has treated what were once the two primary methods of traversing the southern United States very differently. The railroad, affectionately known as the Transcon, has nev... (more)
BNSF 8001 races west between Amboy and Siberia through the heart of the Mojave!
CN 382 with BNSF 6326 and CN 2514 on the point of a large train of multi levels for Mac Yard rolls through Bayview Junction.
BNSF 6524 heads a westbound freight towards Spokane on the Montana Rail Link between Noxon and Heron, MT. Cold temperatures, sunlight and fresh snow helped make for a postcard scene. The trailing ... (more)
CN 396 with BNSF 7829, IC 2703 and IC 1016 roll their train into Bayview on a brisk winter morning.
Independence Day finds a relatively packed yard for the BNSF in Pueblo as the local train 101 shoves a cut of covered hoppers back into track 5, the DENKCK can be seen with illuminated head lights... (more)
Besides the BNSF Swoosh, a recently repainted nose of an EMD SD40-2 displays the other new hardware this unit has received such as remote control equipment and “SmartStart” parts.
The Buck Local led by a GP50 (GP25) and GP38-2 rolls along the Lyons Branch between Lyons and Hygiene, CO with empty cement hoppers for the Cemex Cement Plant near Lyons.
The Buck Local trundles along the jointed rail just west of Hygiene, CO.