A BNSF GE leads 2 KCSM units on this eastbound VRICELP at Crookton.
EMD SD70ACe 9201 leads a westbound baretable through Kingman Canyon.
BNSF SD70MAC 9842 departs Gibson yard with a westbound auto train.
BNSF 5365's K3LA blares as it approaches a private crossing just north of the Frito-Lay plant near Rosenberg, TX. "Fakebonnet" C44-9W 4704 trails.
Six BNSF GEs leave Flagstaff and the San Francisco Peaks on their rear view as they race out of the Sag at Darling.
Flying along the Columbia River just east of Mt. Pleasant, Washington, is a westbound BNSF intermodal train on September 25, 2016. The lone DPU has just blasted out of the west portal of 2382-foot... (more)
A westbound BNSF “Boeing Special” cruises through Lombard Canyon east of Toston, Montana, on the morning of June 26, 2016.
It's one of each flavor as the Argonne Job makes its shove move into GM Yard, with the Santa Fe Bluebonnet, BNSF Swoosh and BN Cascade green schemes all represented.
A BNSF ET44C4 leads a manifest freight upgrade and out of a tunnel through the rocky outcroppings of the Wind River Canyon. Locomotives:BNSF 3961 ET44C4BNSF 8091 ES44C4BNSF 141... (more)
With the rear of its train still passing through Tunnel 1, BNSF 4258 leads its eastbound train through Tunnel 2 and toward the southern end of the Bealville siding and it battles the grade up Teha... (more)
BNSF 8027 and friends lead a westbound stack train bound for Seattle WA through a rather snow covered Skykomish, WA and the "Whistling Post Saloon" the afternoon of January 27, 2017.
A westbound BNSF grain trains passes the clear and reflective water of Frog Pond west of trout Creek, Montana, on the afternoon of October 14, 2017.
Having brought a freight to Denver in last night's snow storm, a quartet of frosty pumpkins wait in the BNSF engine servicing yard for a new assignment.
“Seven Up, Sun Down” ~ She’s quickly pulling the horizon over her sleepy eye while seven “ecomagination” motors seem to steam upgrade, sweating swirling heat into the brisk butterscotch sky as the... (more)
A westbound coal train crosses the causeway near Trout Creek, MT along the Clark Fork. It would seem the causeway separates winter from fall in this scene.