BNSF southbound passing the big red barn at Greenland, Colorado, on the Joint Line in July 2002. Photograph by more)
On what will probably be one of the last good days of fall foliage, BNSF 6571 leads a colorful consist across the James River Trestle, as it departs Lynchburg, VA for New Jersey.
Complementing the fall colors, a pair of "pumpkins" make the run south along the Hudson River about to duck under the Walkway Over the Hudson.
Eastbound BNSF stacks head east on the MRL .
Eastbound BNSF freight digging in for the climb up Bozeman, which lies a few miles ahead.
A warbonnet leader pulls a 31 car long key train manifest over the Arizona Divide as it approaches Flagstaff.
A vehicle train with some intermodal cars races down towards Seligman before it'll make the climb up Yampai Hill.
The Belen, NM to Phoenix, AZ manifest slow crawls around the bend at Cosnino before stopping at the crossing to let another train over take it.
The Boron Local shoves down the Borax Lead with three SD45-2 rebuilds and a whopping 95 cars (plus an ex-ATSF caboose). It's nice to see standard cab EMDs on the BNSF in Southern California. The l... (more)
The Cadiz Local nears the end of its journey as it tears through TROY interlocking east of Newberry Springs. Recent rains provided a rare pool of water. to the left of the right of way.
A vehicle train with a Grinstein MAC leader makes a snake-like climb near Trinidad on the 1% grade from Albus (Columbia River) to Quincy.
A classic "whiteface" BN awaits the next assignment. *Note: This photo was taken on BNSF Railway property, with permission.
Amongst creosote bushes that are positively glowing from the monsoon season rains, a steel serpent slithers through the silica-strewn scenery, just west of Ludlow.
The BLUPTL makes the 1% descent from Quincy to the Columbia River via Trinidad Loop.
Heading into the setting sun and with a stormy Manzano mountain backdrop, a westbound stack train splits the signals at Rio Puerco on the BNSF Gallup Sub.