DPUs shove an eastbound loaded coal train. Normal operating procedure on the Ravenna sub and Sandhills sub has eastbounds running on the north main and westbounds running on the south main.
BNSF 6308, NS 9257, & BNSF 9822 with westbound empties in tow.
BNSF 5955 & 5813 provide the power for an eastbound loaded coal train.
BNSF 8324, 4433, & KCS 4035 lead an eastbound manifest.
BNSF 6978 leads a intermodal west over the Cal Sag Channel in Lemont.
A Willow Springs-Phoenix Z train hustles through Sanders, AZ with a welcome pair of SD70ACes trailing.
BNSF ES44DC 7456 leads a Q train in disguise west on the Gallup Sub. The Clovis-Richmond Q train is quite often half intermodal and half autos, but on this day it was solid autos.
Four wide bodies have dropped off a freight in the Denver Yard and head to the servicing facility for sand and fuel.
BNSF 7887 (ES44DC) leads a freight out of the Denver Yard.
A pair of former BN GP38-2s shove a string of cars into GM Yard.
BNSF 2720 heads east with BNSF 2846 in tow towards Eola Yard in Aurora, IL. On the westbound trip the bluebonnet will take the lead.
After a rainy morning a narrow band of sunshine aligns with BNSF 7693 on a westbound autorack train at Horsethief Lake, Columbia Hills State Park along the Columbia River.
Hot Boeings bound for Washington scoot along the Yellowstone River on a beautiful June evening.
At what first appears to be a bunch of BNSF pumpkins, if you look closely you will see three soon-to-be heritage paint schemes for the BNSF, including a Warbonnet, a Bluebonnet, and a Cascade Gree... (more)
On Montana Rail Link’s Second Subdivision, an eastbound BNSF coal empty descends Winston Hill passing milepost 209 west of Townsend, Montana, on June 30, 2017.