BNSF stack trains meet on the Transcon at the eastern edge of Gallup. The train closest to us in the foreground is westbound.
A westbound pig train makes its way up the steady grade between Mesita and Laguna, NM. Note that this stretch of track is left-hand running.
Two clean H1 Dash 9s lead an eastbound BNSF intermodal symbol up the steep grade toward the Continental Divide.
one of a small army of locals that operated on the spider web of spurs east of Carlsbad each with sets of four CF7's and four exFunit slugs was passing Getty Junction on the way to one of the many... (more)
The first MNA unit to receive the Genesee & Wyoming paint scheme is GP40-1CU 3025, the former MNA 4012, shown working pearl Yard on the Carthage switcher
MP36PH-3C locomotive 104 pushes a set of double-deck coaches as the train approaches Santa Fe Depot with an evening commuter train from Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Early morning at Lava. A Pete Lerro/Farrails charter. Looks a bit "gritty", like the old days.
K-37 engine 492 rests within the Chama Yard of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, New Mexico.
Amtrak's Westbound Southwest Chief passes the classic semaphores at the east end of Chapelle siding on a beautiful day in the high desert of northern New Mexico.
warbonnet painted BNSF 708 heads west across the second bridge from the west end of Abo Canyon near Belen NM with Kansas City to Barstow train HKCKBAR
westbound Clovis, NM to San Bernardino, CA train QCLOSBD descends the Abo Arroyo toward Sais siding between the towns of Abo and Belen
Brand new ES44C4's lead a heavy 11,421 ton "K" train over the Continental Divide on a warm and windy Spring afternoon on the Transcon.
Baldwin 487 crosses the Rio Chama rivers and begins it's climb up the 4% grade to Cumbres Pass.
Early morning at Clovis finds this eastbound general freight departing with a nice concest of Warbonnet and NS power.
West of Clovis finds this westbound Auto train with a mix of tanks thrown in as it begins its journey across the Clovis Sub to Belen.