Safety Glasses? Check. High-Visibility Vest? Check. Hard Hat? Not So Much...The BNSF Railway's 2016 California Division Christmas Train has gotten all the way from San Bernardi... (more)
The first Watson has been pulling long loaded trains of propane out of the Chevron refinery in El Segundo lately. This train was 21 cars long and crested the hill with power that made it look like... (more)
BNSF 1506 was originally built in 1959 as a high-nosed GP9 for the Burlington Northern, and worked the Illinois area. It was rebuilt as a GP28M and still retained its true BN colors while working ... (more)
BNSF 8114 and team get a manned escort while crossing the South Platte River.
Yard power rests between assignments at Hobart Tower as the LA skyline looms in the background. Included in this set of power is a former Vermont Railway GP60. The Hollywood sign can be faintly se... (more)
An Arctic airmass is still settled in along the Front Range, with the temperature around -10F. It is just after sunrise as BNSF C44-9W No. 1011 leads the Cheyenne, Wyoming to Denver, Colorado mani... (more)
A warbonnet GP60M slips between the winter shadows as it leads Y-WAT104 on its return trip from El Segundo.
The Christmas Eve edition of the 741 yard job heads up the Harbor Sub with a couple ex-ATSF units leading a long train of tank cars.
BNSF 139 in new paint sits out Christmas Day at Kaiser Yard.
Norfolk Southern Vehicle Train 270 heads back West to BNSF East Thomas Yard in Birmingham, AL. As they pass through Pell City, AL. With Auto Racks from the Honda Plant in Lincoln, AL. NS 270 no lo... (more)
BNSF 3997 & 7927 lead an eastbound unit grain train.
Well after sunset, a westbound BNSF manifest from Denver, Colorado to Provo, Utah knocks down the signals protecting the east end of East Portal siding along UP's Moffat Route on December 23, 2016... (more)
The 1st Watson comes out of the "Torrance Jungle" with one of the very few clean, ungraffitied warbonnet GP60Ms left leading the way.
BNSF 2650 switches out baretables on the east end of Clyde Yard.
A new ET44C4 pulls a load of sand hoppers from Fort Collins, Colorado to Windsor, Colorado