My sons and railfanning companions for the day enjoy the view of a nearly new ES44C4 pulling oil loads along the Mississippi at Little Falls.
A southbound Laurel - Denver Manifest waits in the siding at Longs Peak as an empty crude oil train passes by on the main heading north.
The Pittsburg to Kaiser coil train comes over Summit while the Los Flores Fire burns out of control behind it.
A pair of GEs take stacks through Blue Cut. The name of this location derives from the unique color of the rocks found alongside the railroad right of way.
A vehicle train with some stacks on the head end is reflected in the Mississippi River at Little Falls. The water is so flat because the Little Falls dam is just out of frame to the left and of c... (more)
BNSF #8241 still sports it Warbonnet paint well as it leads this colorful lash-up WB this late February afternoon.
BNSF 6943 leads a hot Z train from Atlanta, GA to Los Angeles, CA as storms rage on in the background at Bluewater, NM on 7/7/13.
The Miles City Turn has departed Terry and heads for points West, catching a glimpse of sun after a brief thunderstorm.
The "199" blasts west into a sunbreak as the rain continues to fall from a monsoonal thunderstorm at Joseph City, AZ on 7/24/13.
BNSF 7317 gives Amtrak train #7 a hand as it heads west over the Gassman Trestle west of Minot, ND on 9/25/13.
Southbound H-PASBAK is making 25mph as it crests Lava Butte Summit, 11 miles south of Bend, OR.
BNSF 6943 leads a hot Z train from Atlanta, GA to Los Angeles, CA as a rainbow shines ahead of the storms that are raging in the background at Bluewater, NM on 7/7/13.
The serenity of a peaceful Midwestern scene is broken by a BNSF stack train as it rockets towards Argentine Yard, and points west on a humid late summer morning.
BNSF 4157 leads NS's Wabash heritage engine NS 1070 west with a unit Ethanol train at Rio Puerco, NM on 4/28/13. .
Trainmaster Eric chats with the crew of the BNSF Northgate Local as they wait for MOW to clear before heading back towards Minot on 9/24/13. Eric was going to banner test the train, but MOW held ... (more)