The OT-1 (Ore Train 1) is southbound in the late afternoon at Ray Junction with 54 loads of copper ore.
What's the next best thing to seeing a Warbonnet on point? The answer of course is a Yellowbonnet. This Yellowbonnet is leading a freight and will be heading to Colorado Springs on the joint line.
BNSF 2734 (GP39-2) and BNSF 2306 (GP38-2) make smoke and gain speed to take empty autoracks out of Denver.
There are some days that you will never forget. Such was the case when we had extreme cold in February, 1979 and the temperature was 24 below 0. We got to Hornell and stopped at the crew change po... (more)
In 1972 the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway introduced the 'Yellowbonnet' scheme for freight engines. You can still find BNSF engines in that scheme working the Denver Yard.
An empty OT-1 passing through Kearny.
Yeoman Yard in Tampa, FL with a few trains waiting to depart.
Roaring up the .6% grade on the old GN mainline between Spokane and Sandpoint (which is torn up from here to Newport), the Chewelah Turn heads for home.
A good set of BNSF geeps waits for assignment at the BNSF engine terminal in Superior.
Waiting for the next run.
CSX 4312 passes thru Palmetto, Florida with a short freight on a beautiful sunny afternoon.
A blue EMDX 780 joins BNSF 2700 (GP39-2) and a few other light power units in the BNSF engine yard.
ATSF local freight, engine no. 3637, crossing the big bridge over Alamito Creek near Presidio, Texas, on March 26, 1984, as seen from the caboose. This was on the line from San Angelo to Presidio,... (more)
Ore loads are leaving the Ray Mine for the return to Hayden, passing the "must-have" shot on the line.
A trio of Geeps have NS Train D72 well in hand today. This train is passing through Santa Fe Jct. on the KCT, and operates from the NS Voltz Yard to BNSF Argentine Yard.