Running just over six hours late, Amtrak's Southwest Chief, #3, races down grade from Antares as it makes its way into Kingman. With the help of an ex-ATSF SD40-2, BNSF 1731 gets the honors of pul... (more)
Brand new Tier4 power on the SALTSCO tied down at Pisgah on the Needles Sub.
BNSF SD40-2 1731 leads a 6 hour late westbound Amtrak Southwest Chief through Oro Grande on a very hot morning.
A Roberts Bank coal train makes its way past the infamous Home Valley curve adjacent to Wind Mountain on its way west.
Former ATSF #5163, now BNSF 1731, pulls a six hour late Southwest Chief across the BNSF Seligman Subdivision and the busy Transcon. Rich in former Santa Fe history, the Transcon still has many sig... (more)
Running just over six hours late, Amtrak's Southwest Chief, #3, rounds the shaded curves of Kingman Canyon with a EMD SD40-2 leading, BNSF 1731. Formerly ATSF 5163, this 37 year old locomotive get... (more)
BNSF ran a special Employee Appreciation train from LaCross a few days ago. The train made a stop at Galena to pick up first responders of Galena who responded to the big derailment BNSF had a few... (more)
One of only a handful mainline semaphore signals throughout northern New Mexico stands guard over the small town of Bernal as the world heads into another day on the railorad.
Westbound UPS stackers overtaking an oil in the hole at Burke.
A quartet of GEs leads an eastbound BNSF intermodal train past Daytons Bluff on a perfect May morning.
The Minnesota State Capitol looms in the distance as an eastbound manifest freight comes around the east leg of the Division Street wye.
It's just after sunrise as an earthworm grain train exits the Division Street wye and heads south past Daytons Bluff.
Led by red and silver, this BNSF intermodal drifts down grade through Tehachapi's tunnel district, where tunnels 17, 16, 15 and 14 lie.
Empty Scherer coal train NS 735 (Juliette,GA-Memphis,TN/BNSF) come to a safe stop on the main 1 track just before the Jersey Rd (MP-234.1 A) crossing by order of NS CT-Dispatcher, due to a traffi... (more)
A westbound BNSF double-stack train exits Lombard Canyon east of Toston, Montana, on the afternoon of June 28, 2016.