BNSF 6226 (ES44AC) leads a double stack out of Denver on an elevated section of track connecting Denver with Commerce City.
A crewman of BNSF 7280 takes a cold walk to throw a switch for the waiting oil can train looking to depart the Denver Yard.
Something I don't see very often is a pair of thoroughbreds. NS 8021 & 8131 lead an eastbound coal train on the BNSF. There was another pair on the rear. I assume this is an NS train with run t... (more)
BNSF 7444 leads autoracks west through the sag located a few miles east of Williams, Arizona on the BNSF Seligman Subdivision.
Starry night at Noxon: While camping, we set up our cameras on shore of the Clark Fork with the Milky Way and thousands of stars twinkling away on the moonless night of September 19, 2012. I opene... (more)
The Erie heritage unit trails on a loaded oil train bound for Philly as it rolls through the Mohawk Valley.
Five engines look impressive but only the 9033 is online and is helped by a dpu.
An executive MAC brings up the rear of an eastbound loaded coal train.
Clash of Seasons: Sometimes the weather in Montana can be just downright absurd. Take for example this image, taken on Sept. 13, a full 10 days before summer is officially over, of an eastb... (more)
This weary looking Dash-8 can be found working the Denver Yard, providing needed muscle to hump long strings of rolling stock.
A westbound BNSF trackage rights manifest rounds the curve climbing the hill at the Jefferson County Open Space near Coal Creek Canyon west of Denver.
The morning sun is beginning to rise as NS 134 with a couple of BNSF Evolution Series 44 Direct Current locomotives leading the way.
In this busy city scene, empty oil train K055-20 exits the western portal of the Howard St tunnel, and passes the Hamburg St MTA light rail station, as the lead unit approaches Baileys Wye.
A BNSF empty coal train heads west towards Alliance in late afternoon light. BNSF 6071 operating as a DPU gives the train a shove over the rolling hills and ever increasing elevation.