An empty BNSF oil train trundles up the TRRA's North Belt along Antelope Street in North St. Louis, MO. Second out is a warbonnet C40-8W, former ATSF 909.
After meeting a southbound manifest at Broomfield, this northbound empty coal train picks up some speed as the train heads north towards Cheyenne and eventually Powder River.
The snow from an early March storm has started to melt away as a westbound Z7 charges through Bellemont.
BNSF 7984 leads a doublestack past milepost 329 on the Mojave Sub.
Spring has just arrived in the Idaho Panhandle as an eastbound empty coal train approaches the east switch of Colby at the west end of the Cabinet Gorge. In the distance can be seen the Selkirk Mo... (more)
BNSF 8001 operates as a DPU on the rear of an eastbound empty grain shuttle near Trout Creek, MT on a relatively balmy February 22, 2015. Only the ice on the pond indicates winter.
A grain train to Nuwest Milling in nearby Hughson CA crosses the Merced River with nine locomotives up front (didn't get them all in the frame).
With the setting sun signaling it's time to head home, an eastbound stack train descends down the Arizona Divide as it heads down the Arizona Divide in the shadows of the San Fransisco Peaks.
BNSF 5831 leads a westbound Z-train through LaGrange.
Two bright pumpkins contrast boldly against the thick fog that has filled the Hudson Valley.
A westbound unit grain train heads along the shores of Lake Pend Oreille near Trestle Creek, Idaho at the end of a late winter day.
The first of two coal empties comes to a stop at the north end of Broomfield, Colo., as a southbound manifest led by BNSF C44-9W no. 780 slowly makes its way through the siding at Burns Junction.
A westbound stack train climbs the grade from Latah Jct. up to Lyons, crossing Indian Canyon Bridge on its way towards Seattle.
The 9659 and 8986 shove on the back of this loaded coal train bound for interchange with the NS at Memphis, TN. The coal train has just crossed the Tarkio River in southwestern Iowa. This train is... (more)
A detouring eastbound BNSF vehicle train crosses the Clark Fork west of Trout Creek, Montana, on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision during the morning of May 21, 2011.