NS 20T rolls past some newly installed but not yet active signals at CP 194 on the Chicago Line
Three BNSF General Electric locomotives battle up the 1.5 percent grade of Yampai Hill with intermodal containers from Memphis, TN to Los Angeles, CA in tow. You can hear the engines struggling up... (more)
After holding the siding to let an empty coal sneak on by, the Pueblo, CO to Laurel, MT manifest battles gravity as it tries to get out of the siding. This train would be the last train to sneak t... (more)
On a pleasant April afternoon, I got the motivation to "battle" the road to the Canyon Diablo bridge between Flagstaff and Winslow. One of the first trains I caught was the Richmond, CA to Allianc... (more)
A solid lash up of "green goats" makes it feel like it's 1999 when BNSF was coming out with their new H1 paint scheme. Well, it isn't 1999 and times have changed. In 2015, these H1 painted locomot... (more)
Eastbound grainer rolls through the upper Yakima River canyon. The former Milwaukee Road ROW is visible on the far river bank.
Two BNSF Warbonnet GE's lead a Marion, SD to Interbay, WA grain train over Lake Pend Orielle on a warm Summer morning.
"Oil Loads by the Station"
NS 096 passes through Berryville, Virginia with a load of export locomotives for Indonesia.
Glint shines off the side of an eastbound BNSF unit train not long before sunset.
Clouds and some storms build up over the mountains at the Denver, Colorado to Casper, Wyoming manifest rolls north near Owl Canyon with BNSF C44-9W No. 730 leading on June 09, 2015.
Two Chicago and North Western C44-9Ws lead northbound coal trains at the Powder River Basin outpost of Bill, Wyoming, on July 7, 1994.
A single unit leads this empty grain drag westbound through 'Tosa over the Menomonee River.
NS light power 294 runs through Clark on its way to Croxton. The second unit is offline, having spewed oil all over the place and onto the trailing unit.
Avalon grain train with 2 x 2 BNSF power crosses Rock River bound for Prairie Du Chien where it will connect to BNSF route to the Gulf