For the past few days, smoke from numerous wild fires in Montana, Idaho, and Washington have traveled down to Colorado making conditions very hazy and dull looking. Seen here, a field of sunflower... (more)
8017 east emerges from Santa Ana Canyon under a light early morning fog, as it passes the grounds of the Green River Golf Course on a warm summer morning.
BNSF tested it's first 14,000ft stack train today combining the NWO and SCO blocks into 1 train. Here is 7147E passing through Corona near Prado Dam on the San Bernardino Sub.
SD40-2 1614, still wearing its classic Santa Fe Bluebonnet scheme, builds a train at the east end of Clyde Yard.
BNSF SD70ACe No. 9178 leads another ACe on this empty coal train that is about to cross the Cache La Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado on August 22, 2015.
Loaded Dirty Dirt heads west.
Southbound BNSF coal load south of Palmer Lake
A loaded coal train comes of BNSF's Frisco Bridge as it rounds the curve entering Memphis at Kentucky Street.
Westbound BNSF stack train QDENTAC (Denver to Tacoma) cruises along the Clark Fork between Plains and Thompson Falls at Weeksville, Montana, on September 23, 2006.
H BRCKCK begins to ease down grade at Thiehoff, approximately thirty minutes out of Kansas City (on clear signals).
BNSF No. 6783 rolls into the sunlight as it clears the old buildings of downtown Newnan. Loaded with stacks of intermodal containers bound for BNSF Atlanta (Fairburn) Intermodal Facility.
Early morning storm clouds provide a dramatic backdrop to a bright sunrise over the BNSF engine servicing facility.
Light power move to BNSF Lake yard.