BNSF's westbound Denver, Colorado to Provo, Utah manifest led by two GEVO's and a Canadian Pacific AC4400CW patiently wait at Tolland, Colorado for three trains to pass by before heading west on S... (more)
On the 20th anniversary of the BNSF merger, the BN logo is still on the sanding tower and some Cascade Green locomotives are still beneath it at Willmar, MN.
It is good to see an SD40-2 still making money. BNSF 1966 looks a little worse for wear, but it takes a lick'n and still keeps tick'n.
A wide angle view of the BNSF engine servicing facility catches a colorful variety of power from different flags, including BNSF (including 2 former ATSF Bluebonnets, 4 former BN units and a Warbo... (more)
A new BNSF GE ET44C4 covers for one of the usual P42DCs on the eastbound Empire Builder seen here beginning the descent down Shot Line Hill in St. Paul.
An empty coal train from Superior, Wisc. rumbles West along the Yellowstone River in Eastern Montana, with a clean EMD duo on the point.
A Dakota oil train heads east through grain country on an ex Burlington line now know as the BNSF Aurora Sub.
A good looking ACe brings oil loads past a busy Willmar Yard on the last day of summer 2015.
The weekday local out of Willmar is always a good bet to find on this stretch of the Marshall Sub in the afternoon. It didn't disappoint again on this day with three EMDs roaring under the overpa... (more)
Another crude empty heading back to North Dakota.
A pair of 'old school' BNSF schemes feature BNSF 767 (Dash9) and BNSF 9754 (SD70MAC) holding station in the engine servicing yard, along with four pumpkins and an old OHIO work crane.
A pair of Executive MACs, BNSF 9772 & 9558, lead an eastbound loaded coal train past a westbound empty coal waiting its turn on the single track through Grand Island.
BNSF 8582 is the dpu on a westbound empty coal train.
The trailing SD70 is dead, so this Warbonnet is making about 25 mph doing all the work on a 141 car Elmira, NY-Elkhart, IN freight.
A colorful train of steamship boxes takes a right hand turn out of the Mississippi River valley.