A westbound stack train meets an eastbound Z train at East Skykomish on a cold fall afternoon.
With three BNSF warbonnets on the point, a coal empty from Sierra Pacific's North Valmy Power Plant awaits servicing in Utah Railway's Provo Yard. The BNSF 8278, an SD75I, was built new by EMD for... (more)
BNSF 6134 snakes upgrade as it hits the North siding switch at Sedalia off of Main #1 with a Southbound loaded coal train.
Brand new Dash 9-44CW No. 4314 leads Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight MDENABQ (Denver to Albuquerque manifest) in the siding at Levy, New Mexico, on the afternoon of February 26, 1999. This sh... (more)
Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight MDENABQ (Denver to Albuquerque manifest) takes the siding at Levy, New Mexico, to meet Amtrak No. 4 on the afternoon of February 26, 1999. General Electric Das... (more)
An ex-BN SD40-2 on the point of this NS coal train climbs upgrade to Little Tom Tunnel. From there, it will be a much easier mostly downgrade run to St. Paul. The train originated at Norton, VA, a... (more)
A quiet Sunday finds numerous units at this former Great Northern engine facility.
On the rollercoaster profile of the Seligman Sub east of Supai Summit a westbound intermodal train tackles the grade to Williams Junction.
An ex-BN SD40-2 on the point of this NS coal train drops downgrade over one of four tall trestles between Little Tom Tunnel and Big Bull Tunnel. The train originated at Norton, VA, and is en route... (more)
The daily Denver-Provo train from BNSF is seen from Chute Rd as it leaves Tunnel 18 of the Moffat route. Thanks go to Joe McMillan who joined us for a nice afternoon in the Front Range.
An eastbound Z train shoots down the east slope of Stevens Pass at Camp Gaynor. Taken during the 3rd Annual Fall Colors Railfan trip to Stevens Pass, hosted by Railroad: Burlington Northern Santa FeLocomotive: GE C44-9W (Dash 9-44CW)Location: Gaynor, Washington, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: November 02, 2012