Coal empties fly past a surviving CB&Q searchlight on BNSF's St. Joseph Subdivision.
Just below Tehachapi Loop, an eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe piggyback train curves over the fifth crossing of Tehachapi Creek between Woodford and Walong, California, on March 8, 2001.
An eastbound BNSF intermodal train curves through Nelson, AZ on the BNSF Seligman sub.
The last of the days light isn't much, but a glinting unit tank train is just what is needed to create interesting light on the BNSF Seligman sub.
A long colorful westbound z-train stretches across the wide open spaces of Audley AZ located near Seligman, AZ on the BNSF Seligman sub.
With the last of the sun lighting up the Aubrey cliffs, a westbound z train led by a less typical transcon Ace leader speeds down the grade towards Pica, before climbing the steep grade up to Yamp... (more)
They were single tracking through Crozier canyon and trains were fleeting. Here you see a short HBARLUB1-29 climbing out of Cherokee headed towards Peach Springs, it snuck in on the tail of a few ... (more)
A late summer trip sort of limited our success on our list trip to the Pacific NW. But did create great sunrise and sunsets. Here a Westbound train crosses the famous bridge over Lake Pend Oreil... (more)
Southbound unit tank train passing over the north bridge.
A classic scene in the late 1990/early 2000s. From the overpass at Bellemont, a nice looking warbonnet leads an westbound train through the winter scenery.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s Denver to Stockton manifest freight pops out of Tunnel 18 just east of Crescent, Colorado, on the afternoon of May 23, 2001.
A couple of clean classics roll down the Seattle Sub with a local. There is even a caboose bringing up the rear.
BNSF 8435 pulls a coke train through the heavily industrialized area near the US Steel plant in Granite City, Illinois.
Old man look at my life, I'm a lot like you were.
Although I'm not sure that this gentleman and I share much in common, one thing is for sure - Neil Young and fresh coffee were on my min... (more)
The setting sun casts an orange glow on the H-MEMGAL as it pulls out of the siding at Machens, Missouri.