Not too many high nose locomotives were to be found in BNSF paint. This SD9 pulls a train from the classification bowl at Galesburg.
BNSF 7695, the one and only engine with yellow BNSF lettering, heads South leading a Denver to Los Angeles empty container train.
A westbound "vehicle train," seems to go completely unnoticed by the locals of Hinsdale, Illinois as it heads west on the old "Q" from Chicago to everywhere west.
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At dusk, DPUs on a southbound coal load pass the sign at the south end of the railroad park where the UP and BNSF lines cross. The sign shows upcoming events in town, including a "Run the Rai... (more)
Late in the afternoon, a BNSF local idles in front of Attebury Grain. The local is on the Wichita Falls Sub mainline. In the distance at right is the Ardent Mills elevator.
Three trains line up at the north end of Saginaw Yard. First one is a local, the second is making up a string of cars, and the third is a northbound manifest.
Close to sunset, a pair of BNSF geeps pushes a string of tank cars into the industrial tracks in front of Attebury Grain's huge elevator. The facility lies along BNSF's Wichita Falls Sub.
A crispy dash 9 leads a stack train about 25 miles from its destination in south Houston.
A nice looking BNSF unit brings up one end of the railroad's employee passenger special as it prepares for trips out of Superior later in the day.
A BNSF coal train weaves its way through the Nebraska Sandhills farm country as the livestock continues to graze without a care.
This early morning picture captures the usual sights in the Nebraska Sandhills. Here the wildlife is unaffected by the passing of a westbound coal empty and trailing DPU.