Five GEs lead an eastbound stack train towards a crew change at Needles.
Sunshine and Rainbows- With plentiful trains running on Cajon Pass, good sunlight, and a bit of moisture in the air from a morning thunderstorm, all the pieces of an epic railroad photograp... (more)
FEC 109 rolls under a rainbow as tropical showers move ashore.
FEC 101 rolls through Bunnell, as the FEC continues to bounce back from Irma.
A fairly long stack train charges uphill slicing through the deep rock cut at East Perrin. It was a beautiful Sunday morning with some nice small puffy clouds hovering in the background.
East meets west as an eastbound stack train thunders toward the western entrance of Crozier Canyon after meeting a westbound counterpart that is seen dropping downgrade out of the canyon bound for... (more)
Sullivan's Curve [Plate 675] - An eastbound stack train threads its way up the Cajon Pass through Sullivan's Curve.
An Eastbound BNSF Passenger Special exits out of Tunnel #3 on Union Pacific's Moffat Tunnel line. The East Portal of Tunnel #2 is seen that is just West of the siding at Plainview.
The BNSF is working on replacing what's left of the ex-Santa Fe style signals east of Galesburg. Here the Stockton, CA, to Willow Springs, IL, Z-train blast by MP 171 and a pair of classic ex-Sant... (more)
I know it is the standard GEVO orange parade under the classic Santa Fe signals that goes on all the time....but one of these things is going away here real soon unfortunately. The signal gang is ... (more)
A Chicago to LA Q-train rolls thru the mist at the crossovers at Yost in East Galesburg. Yost is located at MP 173.7 on the BNSF Chillicothe Sub and currently is the western most control point wit... (more)
A westbound BNSF track Geometry train sits on the Valley connector at West Barstow. The train made a early morning run from Bakersfield and is awaiting a new crew in this photo.
Irma Recovery The FEC continues to bounce back after Irma, today's 101 featured 12,000 ft(!). Extras and massive freights have been running to make up for the disruption last week.
Where's the Rest of Your Train?! Four GE engines reverse back up track 1 to the rest of their train after picking up a bad ordered car from the siding at Maine. The process took longer than... (more)
BNSF 7983 with the KCKPAS just before the sun sets.