I love old BN units so I was excited to get this whitefaced Dash 2 on the BN-CP, returning back to Northtown.
A crude oil train sweeps around the fill creating Rowland Lake with a British conductor in charge. A block down the DS was testing train crew's awareness to stop in a timely manner at signals disp... (more)
A pair of BNSF geeps lead the Argonne local west through Hodgkins.
A hotshot Z train rounds a curve whilst making good time alongside the Colombia River.
This crew handles their heavy train of crude oil expertly into the town of Lyle whilst slowing down for an unknown signal at the end of the block.
Running again with only one locomotive and long hood forward to boot, the other BNSF Pueblo local passes underneath I-25 with a variety of BNSF painted covered hoppers on their way to customers on... (more)
BNSF 4036 has solo duty moving a long freight through Burns Junction. While it is a balmy 68 degrees in Broomfield, the high country is getting ready for more snow.
An all SD40-2 power consist for the Y102 local sits on the lead to the RIP tracks as it begins to be awoken by the crew for today's work.
The unmistakable roar of a laboring eastbound pierces the cool mountain air and raises towards the heavens as BNSF 7620 lumbers up Union Pacific's Mojave Subdivision between Rowen and Woodford, a ... (more)
Sansa Fe all the Way Sporting a unique look on the long hood, this Santa Fe engine leads today’s DENKCK as it switches cars in the yard at Pueblo before departing east out of town.
A little drop under light at the end of the day.
Hazard is really close to Ravenna. Do we think the place may have some eastern Kentucky connection? Bet there's more coal flowing here. In any case this deadheading OCS was waiting to move on e... (more)
This old Santa Fe Dash 8 is pretty beat up but still going strong.
Westbound BNSF Intermodal through Mazon IL with an ex-Santa Fe leader.. Notice the replacement door.