BNSF6505 leads a Z train westbound near M.P. 181.5 on the Emporia Subdivision.
BNSF7266 is the sole power on this nights Boeing turn. Here the job sits in Connell siding, waiting for an eastbound on the main to pass before proceeding east up to Newton.
With our patience growing thin, actually only Shelley Hunter's patience growing thin, due to the color weather and snow fall, a westbound BNSF stack train breaks through the wall of snow as it rac... (more)
The Santa Fe heritage still lives on the rails that were once ruled by blue and yellow locomotives. Darling, roughly fifteen miles east of Flagstaff, still has one of the original style station si... (more)
From the top of one of hills surrounding the Valentine community, a hot Chicago, IL to San Bernardino, CA intermodal train races westward towards Needles, CA for a new crew.
An eastbound Z-train rumbles through Kingman Canyon as it crosses over one of the high bridges, still embracing the Santa Fe logo, on a warm April evening.
EMD power is become a normal thing around the south west region of the former Santa Fe transcon. With coal train down, coal train locomotives have been sneaking their way into the LA pool route. O... (more)
BNSF 1415, a three window 'cyclops' SD60M in its former Burlington Northern cascade green paint, takes a small freight down the middle of Mason Street in Fort Collins.
An eastbound BNSF freight crests Winston Hill, Montana, under angry autumn skies toward sunset on September 28, 2013.
Brand new at the factory.
After a proceed signal is given an eastbound empty oil train begins to plow snow as it leaves the siding at Scenic.
Just down the mountain in Coal Creek Canyon, the sun shines, but there's still plenty of snow to go around. Seen here, BNSF ES44DC No. 7587 brings up the rear of the Denver, Colorado to Provo, Uta... (more)
A couple of former Burlington Northern engines leave the Denver Yard and cross over the South Platte Rive.r