A WB BNSF stack train is snaking through Sunset Jct and heading for the Columbia River Sub, with one or two more crew changes to go before reaching it's destination in Seattle or
Loaded "earthworm" erupts from the west portal, it also has mid-train helpers to be cut out along with that SD45 fourth out. (Locomotive is obviously NOT an EMD SD70...upload didn't take entry of ... (more)
10,000 tons of train struggles up the grade of Ash Hill at Siberia as the BNSF 4809 roars with life as it takes this Barstow bound manifest through the eastern Mojave Desert.
Hot intermodal train 218 heads east through Marion, Ohio.
With the temperature at 106 degrees, a westbound manifest slowly grinds up the grade to Ash Hill with over 10,000 tons behind it.
BNSF 4809 has a little trouble making the grade out of Bellen after receiving an indication that "your train is to slow" from the defect detector.
A nice, colorful consist.
A southbound stack train glides through the switch at MP 28.