This BNSF family photo has nearly everything in it showing the lineage of BNSF, including a Burlington Northern Cascade Green unit, both AT&SF Bluebonnet and Warbonnet engines, and Heritage I, II ... (more)
BNSF 1122 East trots through the small town of Des Lacs at the 70MPH track speed with a mere 6200 feet of stacks and racks rolling over the undulating terrain of North-Central North Dakota.
Eastbound Q368 pounds the NS Marion District at Milford Junction, with a nice H1 leader.
I know people are sick of the GE wide cabs, but I still like seeing those H1's.
The fine handiwork of Mother Nature adds drama to BNSF Railway's Denver-Stockton manifest, approaching a crew change at Roper Yard. This image is my 400th photo posted on RPN!
An eastbound double-stack train approaches the road crossing at Cosnino as storm clouds move in.
BNSF 1122 is fairly new as it sits in lonely Shelby, Montana with some M/W equipment.
112 is pulling hard coming up the grade and passing under the Lancing Signal bridge