The Corona Local finishes building up its train, and will soon couple up against its ATSF caboose and head north to begin working. While ATSF's GP60M fleet was not intended for local service, it i... (more)
The Corona Local begins its day working Corona Yard with a classic GP60M at the helm.
NS 223 with 3 Class One Railroads in the Consist leading a train past he Airport and the EVWR interchange.
The tradition of cycling power off Q025 to Q187 has continued into the new Winter Haven ops. In turn, that power runs north on Q170. Something to look forward to given their reliable schedules.
A fire-scarred SD70MAC in the 'Executive' paint scheme takes a loaded coal train out of the Denver Yard.
You can find the old and the new working together in the BNSF Denver Yard. Here we see BNSF 8025 (SD40-2) still in the 1970's BN Cascade Green paint teamed up BNSF 2257 (GP38-2) in the newest Heri... (more)
Extremely unusual power for Southern California, let alone a "Spud Spud" (BNSF switcher symbol for an extra baretable from San Bernardino and back), this pair of ACes heads through Fulle... (more)
The remote control units of 202 work on a string of cars while in the background a BNSF Gevo and visiting Canadian Pacific unit sit tied up to an empty rail train.
Remote controlled versions of the popular SD40-2 work their magic on a cut of cars at the left while a pair of BN cascade green SD40-2s try to stay hidden alongside some auto racks at the right of... (more)
BNSF 6317 & 9523 with westbound empties.
A westbound Z races by the TXI Cement structure in Oro Grande on its way into Los Angeles.
Eastbound stacks head through the curves in Oro Grande as the light begins to dip.
BNSF 8143 leads this Los Angeles to Chicago Z up Cajon Pass at Blue Cut.