Join us at Alaska Railfanning! Two hours after call time, ARR 4015 breezes through Matanuska Junctio... (more)
2 loads, 5 empties, and 3 MACs...a southbound mini-freight heading to a waiting barge for a pick-up skirts the shores along the Turnagain Arm. While not the most robust train one will see on the ... (more)
A halfway decent consist takes BNSF Train M NSIKCK1 16A towards Argentine Yard at Santa Fe Jct. 5 engines, 5 paint schemes. Not the flashiest paint conditions, but they are different nonetheless... (more)
Passing through my fiancé Caitlin's hometown, KCS Train Q-KCNL-18 is led by a shiny pair of Belle EMDs, aggrandized by the venerable Drexel Elevator. Conductor JR Johnston is tossing out a fusee ... (more)
Rounding the curve just south of Lisle Lake we again encounter KCS Train Q-KCNL-18 making great time on it southbound jaunt down the KCS Pittsburg sub.
A couple visitors from the north (Canadian Pacific 9540 and 9547) drop in for servicing at the BNSF engine facility. As of January the BNSF has leased approximately 100 GE engines from CP, provid... (more)
Looking great in the morning sun, KCS Train Q-KCNL-18 hammers south out of a slow order on the KCS Pittsburg Sub. at Lone Pine Drive, just a hop and a skip down the street from where my future in-... (more)
A pair of EMDs muscle KCS Train Q-KCNL-18 south down the KCS Pittsburg Sub. under Missouri Highway D, after meeting a coal empty at Jaudon.
ARR 4013 leads the charge on another southbound Seward freight at Beluga Point. This was the third day in a row that saw a Seward freight hitting the steel which only happens during the winter an... (more)
With a crew on board, KCS 3938 leading the KCS IVNKC waits for a block from Q Tower operator to make it's way north to cross over the river and head to Kansas City. KCS 3938 is sporting some real ... (more)
Q439 heads south under the setting sun past the old Ridgefield Park train station.
Westbound coal empties plow fresh snow.
Loaded coal cruising along the Mississippi river bluffs.
Three years separate the build dates on these EMDs, yet two distinctly different BNSF paint schemes adorn a pair of SD70MACs on the point of a loaded coal train.
Westbound coal empties dust a train of loads in the Chub Lake siding.