Neck deep in the St. Lucie River. I cut my feet multiple times on mussels, oysters or some other bivalve, but it was worth it.
On February 20, 2017, a westbound BNSF stack train departs Wenatchee, Washington, passing the Cascadian Fruit Shippers Pear House building across from the downtown Amtrak station platforms.
FEC 101 blasts through a downpour from a developing tropical cyclone off shore.
A BNSF GEVO catches some sun under one an old Southern cantilever signal bridge.
Eleven units lead a westbound BPHXLAC along the Cajon Sub in a late afternoon pack of westbound trains that kept us busy for quite a while.
Late on a clear winter's day, a westbound intermodal train attacks the steepest part of Curtis Hill.
BNSF 8244 is the first westbound train out of Wenatchee since the Boeing J-train left about 830 AM. The time is about 415 PM, and the dominant traffic this day was eastbound. This train will meet ... (more)
BNSF 8066 has just exited the Cascade Tunnel and rolls by a waiting empty coal train which has the main. Those 737s are a tight fit in the tunnel and BNSF spends plenty of money each year maintain... (more)
With BNSF 8066 on the front, here is what the tail end of a Boeing 737 looks like on the rear of a four car J-train carrying two fuselages at Merritt, WA. I will reserve any further commentary.
BNSF 8066 has its Boeing J-train stopped in Merritt, WA in the siding after meeting a Z-train at Olds Jct., Wenatchee at 830 AM, another Z at Leavenworth about 950 AM, and the EVESPO at Winton ab... (more)
On a snowy February 26, 2017, a westbound BNSF freight curves through the trees at Trout Creek, Montana.
A pair of BNSF ES44s lead a hotshot eastbound intermodal on CSX.
Both leader and DPU are visible as the QPVDVJ-14 descends the Moffat Route.
A southbound BNSF grain train from the Midwest rolls out of the siding at Thackerville, OK.
BNSF 6878 west leads a short train of Boeing fuselages.