Westbound Oil train just after being "banner" tested. The crew passed with flying colors btw.
BNSF Train C CDMMHS0 34 passes the fall colors starting to pop along the Missouri River Bluffs north of Waldron.
Cutting the small town of Rushville in half is BNSF Train C CDMMHS0 34 using the BNSF St. Joseph Sub. on its way to Kansas City.
Running parallel to US Highway 59 is BNSF Train C CDMMHS0 34 making good time on the BNSF St. Joseph Sub. next to some developing fall color.
Two freights race at track speed through Lisle on a cool night.
BNSF 5769, 5760, 6292, 9546, 5794, 5608, 9397, and 6403 bring 113 empties into Ravenna, Nebraska. On the rear end was DPU BNSF 6156.
An eastbound manifest, likely a Lincoln-Galesburg train, rolls on just outside of Lockridge.
The crew on this empty coal train has signal indication onto the Staples Subdivision just down the tracks and only minutes of daylight left as they pass through a curve east of Staples.
Two Gevo sisters lead an empty coal train through Peoria, back out west. The engines are 2 numbers apart.
A pair of ES44AC's in the "SWOOCH" paint scheme head west from Peoria with an empty coal train