Climbing the two-percent grade through Eisele (formerly Clay), Colorado, is a westbound BNSF manifest freight on June 9, 2014. Leading the train is repainted GE C44-9W No. 4490, followed by AC4400... (more)
Three new Burlington Northern Santa Fe C44-9Ws pull an eastbound stack train at Essex, Montana, meeting a westbound led by warbonnet C44-9W No. 781 on September 9, 1999.
BNSF 4490 departs Keddie and heads up the Gateway Sub.
A very interesting consist indeed. On the rear were two DPU's, one being an ex-CN SD40-2.
Typical of the lazy Sundays in Grand Forks, this high priority train leaves with just 9 cars lead by BNSF 4490 sporting a bad coat of faded paint...
Eastbound BNSF pulling onto bridge crossing the Mississippi, as viewed from the top of the St. Louis Arch.
A west bound manifest waits patiently for a signal to move closer to Barstow. 06/27/03 most trains waited three plus hours prior to entering Barstow yard.
A faded paint Dash-9 leads the Z SPOSSE south past picnic point beach along with a BNSF SD40-2 and a BNSF GP50.