BNSF GE ES44AC No. 6348 passes the setting moon on the shores of Barr Lake, Colorado, on November 23, 2010.
The 1st Watson heads through Redondo Beach on their way to Torrance to switch Exxon.
With Fisher Peak looming in the background, BNSF power brings up the rear of this eastbound ballast train, and our chase to a close. We logged almost 2,000 miles in just a little under 48hrs to se... (more)
Passing the now quite yard and old BNSF crew base at Raton. Holding hope that one day this historic line gets it's freight back. Until then, the occasional work train will do just fine!
Screaming up grade at East Raton, 3 BNSF units shove as the Herzog train starts it's way up Raton Pass.
Under a threatening sky, after continuously idling for hours, BNSF No. 6103 still waits for a crew to take its train north, after unloading coal at James H. Miller Electric Generating Plant. A lo... (more)
A pair of BNSF SD40-2's lead their train into Golden
Color in Cajon PassBNSF Railway train S-LPKSCO2-27K heads downgrade at Blue Cut, in southern California's Cajon Pass, on May 30th, 2016. This double-stack intermodal train is headin... (more)
BNSF 8425 & 5725 power a westbound empty coal train on BNSF's Sandhills Sub.
DPU on an eastbound coal train.
BNSF 7059 & 3803 power a westbound manifest. The six trailing locomotives are offline. They are BNSF 9291, 8513, 9761, 227, 8880, & 9628.
BNSF 8108 leads an Eastbound manifest train through the town of Walton, Kansas. Highway 50 parallels most of the BNSF La Junta Subdivision from Newton, Kansas to Emporia, Kansas.
They'll never look this good every again.. Three brand new C4's on there first trip West.