A B40-8 fresh out of 3 years of storage is leading the KCS Flyer BNSF Train Y KCK1111 29T Past AY Tower at the east end of BNSF Argentine Yard. This transfer comes out of BNSF Argentine Yard, swa... (more)
The KCS Flyer, BNSF Train Y KCK1111 29T passes under US Highway 169 led by an Ex-ATSF B40-8, which was recently reactivated after 3 years of storage. This transfer comes out of BNSF Argentine Yar... (more)
A westbound Southern Pacific train passes by the eastbound main at Cienega Creek, Arizona, on April 22, 1990. Inside the curve of this lower track is one of SP’s unique lower quadrant semaphores t... (more)
Now owned by Genesee & Wyoming, the G&W acquired 14 ex UP B40-8s for the AZER. AZER B40-8 4006 stands in Lordsburg, NM in fresh orange paint with three sister units.
An unexpected cab ride was a great way to celebrate the 4th of July. The crew invited me up into the cab for a ride to the next siding, and my brother chased us in the car. Traveling east from M... (more)
A nice BNSF leader leads NS 375 west by New Albany.
OIBU in the hole with CR 6194 meets NYS&W 4002 at CP Lordville 1 day before Thanksgiving 1996.
An eastbound stack train hustles through Lavic's vertical curvature as a westbound recedes into the distance.
Cotton Belt Dash 8 No. 8042 leads an eastbound UP stack train along the edge of the inhospitable Gila Mountains.
Three different BNSF paint schemes work in the ex/ ATSF yard. A Heritage 1, a "smurf" BNSF unit, and a recently rebuilt repainted Heritage 3. Also my 50th picture on the site.
Late in the day, a Cotton Belt Dash 8 leads a westbound UP intermodal train up the grade out of Benson. The train will reach the summit at Mescal.