One of a handful of ex GN EMD SDP40's on the BN roster pulls eastbound at La Crosse with 8035 and TOFC traffic in this late evening 1980 shot.
Ex GN 666 rests at Vancouver in this shot from my collection. No photographer listed on slide.
Just a guess on the location of this shot from my collection. Nothing on the slide except the road number and the Kodak date stamp. The SP&S FA's that made it into BN service didn't last long and ... (more)
A westbound train with a mixed bag of EMD power rolls under the search light signals at East University nearly two decades ago.
A meet on Crawford Hill.
Cascade green and ducks: On July 14, 1987, another Burlington Northern coal empty passes the shore of Palmer Lake on Colorado’s infamous Joint Line. A General Electric C30-7 leads three U30Cs in t... (more)
Westbound BN manifest No. 603 climbs out of Browning, MT on June 5, 1990 with three SD40-2s.
A westbound Z-train is about to blast thru Priaire Du Chien on a snowy January day. The BN 3516 was renumbered to the BNSF 3015 in September 1999. These series of unit were originally ex-CB&Q GP 4... (more)
On a cold March morning with fresh ground snow still blowing around, train crews enroute to Northtown were dying on their hours of service due to a broken rail. This crew cut their train and tied... (more)
BN ran some great locomotive consists on their trains in the mid 90's. Here is an example with BN SD40-2 8112, MKCX SDF45 5951, BN SD40-2 7028 and HATX SD45-2 909.
In this photo from my collection BN 4193 leads two more ex NP RS-11"s and a SP&S FA on a westbound manifest at Pasco.
I'm not even sure it's Washington. Nothing on the slide. Is that an enhanced cab heater or what behind the cab.
I'm not even sure it's Washington. Nothing on the slide.
Five units still in pre-merger schemes leads this BN southbound at Tacoma in this shot from the spring of 1972. The Ex SP&S FA's didn't last very long in BN service. If I remember correctly they w... (more)
BN 4260 is being made ready for another Inside Gateway job late on a June evening.