Sunset at Winslow, AZ finds a westbound BNSF intermodal train leaving town for its nocturnal run across the desert to Los Angeles as two eastbound trains approach Winslow for a crew change.
On a sunny afternoon in Washington, BNSF 6698 leads H-EVEABN1 18A south with the famous Mt. Rainer in the distance.
While it might not be a GP60M dressed in the famous Santa Fe "Super Fleet" paint scheme, todays BNSF still puts on quite a show where trains like the 199 and the QLANY once roamed.
Featured here, the setting sun illuminates a semaphore signal located in Chapelle, NM. Seen is only one of many active signals that currently reside along BNSF's Glorieta & Raton Subdivisions.
BNSF 1973 & BNSF 1746 roll into "B-Yard" to hook on to the Lake Transfer.
Three GEs (plus two more on the rear) lead 9821 feet of intermodal equipment west out of the crew change point of Wellington and start the 316 mile journey to the next crew change point at Amarill... (more)
Southbound train north of Maupin in the Deschutes River Canyon.
Southbound train south of Sinamox in the Deschutes River Canyon.
A BNSF manifest quickly rolls north and through the cut west of Bealville, while an auto rack train holds in the siding for the manifest to clear. A storm hovers over the mountain that would dump ... (more)
A southbound mixed freight passes through Edmonds.
A Dash 9 and two tier 4 GEVOS lead a vehicle train along the coast of the Puget Sound.
Looking very out of place, BNSF SD70ACe 8446 idles on the shop track in Jasper. It ran an L513 Jasper-Swan Landing turn last night.
Looking very out of place, BNSF SD70ACe 8446 idles on the shop track in Jasper with CN ET44AC 3050. They ran an L513 Jasper-Swan Landing turn last night.
Bluebonnet GP50 3167 works the east end of GM Yard on a sunny morning.
6,763 feet of autoracks roll west towards southern California at a brisk 52 mph on a very warm and windy last day of winter.