A TFM MAC and a KCS Belle MAC lead a transfer across the UP Metro Sub and toward the Incline where the train will turn south and head for BNSF's Argentine Yard.
A monster Q141-14 approaches the Hollins Ferry Rd grade crossing in Baltimore.
Three Burlington Northern EMD SD70MACs haul a coal train north of Barela, Colorado, on February 14, 1998. This location is in between Barela and Beshoar on Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s Twin Moun... (more)
Today's Q619 is a hefty one with 142 cars and over 8800 feet in length. With that information in hand, the forward thinking dispatcher uses the tools and trackage at his disposal to keep this tra... (more)
A yn3b painted 70MAC leads the way as it and two Dash 8 standard cabs pull a lengthy Q678 through Newnan and its famous coal tower located here. The bright blue insulated joint of a new diamond ... (more)
Climbing the grade on Mullan Pass, the sand is flying as an SD70MAC shoves hard on the rear of a BNSF grain train as it passes the siding at Skyline, Montana on the MRL's 3rd Subdivision.
An Eastbound coal drag glides around the horseshoe curve in Mance, PA.
A beautiful late summer morning at Austin, Montana on MRL's 3rd Subdivision finds a westbound BNSF coal load working its way up toward Mullan Pass with a Heritage II SD70MAC shoving hard on the re... (more)
A Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal empty heads north out of a storm at Palmer Lake on Colorado’s Joint Line on August 11, 1998. The train is destined for loading in Powder River Basin and is powe... (more)
2 grinstein SD70MACs and a SD70ACe lead an empty coal train westward through central Minnesota en route to the Powder River Basin for another load of black diamonds.
"Snaking Along the Arm"
A pair of MACs pull a long Anchorage-bound freight fresh from the Port of Whittier along the silty shores of the Turnagain Arm.
A MAC on point brightens up the storm clouds that brought snow to the higher elevations and hail to Fort Collins, Colorado.
Between Cody and Ralston, Wyoming, BNSF’s Cody local crosses a wood trestle west of Vocation on June 24, 2016. Vocation was a siding and station on the CB&Q’s line to Cody near the Heart Mountain ... (more)
With the engineer on the throttle, CSX F750 climbs the small grade as they leave Columbia heading for Eastover to work.
BNSF 9784 rolls past the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum pulling empty coal cars back west.