Not too many high nose locomotives were to be found in BNSF paint. This SD9 pulls a train from the classification bowl at Galesburg.
As evening approaches on February 4, 2016, a westbound BNSF grain train rumbles out of Trout Creek, Montana, on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision.
BNSF 6129 leads this westbound freight as it blasts through Hastings at 50 mph. The grain cars on the right are sitting at the grain elevator waiting to be loaded.
Westbound coal empties with a single GE leading. The DP unit was an SD70MAC.
BNSF 6129 & 8983 with DPU's 6186 & 5618 lead empties west through Bradshaw NE.
A large thunderstorm is about to obscure this evening’s view of the moon as BNSF ES44AC 6129 and SD70MAC 9559 drift downgrade toward Sidney, NE with a northbound empty coal train.
Loaded coal from Buckskin Mine in the Powder River Basin climbs Firth Hill on Main 2 enroute to Kansas City to interchange with the KCS for forwarding to a Texas power plant.
A pair of new ES44AC's and a Warbonnet SD75M roll a loaded coal train to Portage, WI in the scenic Upper Mississippi River valley.
The glossy paint of two brand-new GEVO units is highlighted by the evening sun, as an intermodal streaks by on the BNSF Saint Croix Subdivision.
Two factory-fresh BNSF motors and a surprisingly clean warbonnet SD75 are kicking up snow while on the point of a CP coal train.