Nearly two decades after the merger, some Santa Fe locomotives have eluded the paint booth and still display their predecessor colors such as the ATSF 119. The cigar band logo and red warbonnet p... (more)
Coal empties slowly traverse the curving mainline tracks in the west bottoms area of KC being lead by an all EMD swooshed consist with the famous vomit bonnet riding second out.
Looking like a long brown worm, this BNSF grain train uses the Argentine Connection flyover to glide over the numerous ground level interlockings below as it heads east through the Kansas City.
Three EMD standard cab units with varying degrees of paint scheme quality are found deep within the confines of Argentine. Two of them are diligently trimming the freight cars that have been hump... (more)
A pair of clean looking SD70Ace locomotives pull hard on their unit train of coal as they cross the former Santa Fe bridge in Larkspur which continues to proclaim that fallen flag’s right of way.
With the sounds of dynamic breaks howling, a heavy westbound manifest slowly exits Crozier Canyon, passing between the Music Mountain Range and a local Valentine resident's property.
The daily Belen, NM to Phoenix, AZ manifest rumbles into the city of Flagstaff as it navigates out of the sags on the eastern side of town on a late August evening.
Seen from the top of Tunnel 2, four BNSF Dash-9s (and elephant style to boot) navigate down the famous Tehachapi Pass with over 100 cars of loaded grain for central valley of California.
BNSF's Havre local speeds away from Shelby with a short train for its namesake town.
BNSF 7204 leads a Pasco, WA bound manifest through the flatlands east of Marias Pass on the Hi-Line.
The Exchange of Waves at Ibis - [Winter Solstice Study 2015] - Hanging out at Ibis California on the shortest day of the year.
On Christmas Eve in 2007, an eastbound BNSF intermodal train passes the Izaak Walton Inn and BNSF facilities at Essex, Montana. Soon, the train will be digging into the grade of a snowy Marias Pas... (more)
Bright and shining BNSF leader on a southbound K train.
The sun has set behind distant mountains, but the bright western sky still softly illuminates a westbound BNSF coal train approaching Toston, Montana, on June 25, 2015.
It's just after sunset as the second of two Texas coal loads makes its way through the northern part of Colorado Springs, Colorado on December 06, 2015.