Southbound BNSF No..6851 holds at Bealville for a northbound stack coming downhill.
After holding for a meet at Bealville, BNSF No. 6851 gets it's tonnage of perishables and stacks moving up the grade through tunnel 5. Exhaust pours from the tunnel with the effort.
On occasion, BNSF runs short J trains consisting of one unit, and 2-4 Boeing 737 fuselages from Kansas City, to Pasco, Washington. This northbound train raced west (compass north) on the BNSF Sain... (more)
CSX Q185 takes an alternate route to the Fairburn Intermodal terminal this evening as it heads north through West Point, GA. Usually this BNSF hand-off train is given to CSX at Birmingham and it ... (more)
Locked in a battle with gravity, BNSF 6851 struggles up the 1.4 percent grade at Angell as the sun rises behind some cloud cover over the Arizona Divide.
An eastbound intermodal train chugs out of the Darlington Sag as it is greeted by the early morning sunlight on its way to St. Louis, MO.
The First K011 I've Seen In Month Heads Westbound Through St Johnsville With A Bright BNSF Leader.
A little bit of the west comes to the east. Here two BNSF's lead the K011, the empty oil train from Kenwood Yard in the Port of Albany, NY into C.P. 207 on their way back west.
The remnants of BNSF 6851 sit in Denver north yard, nearly two years after an accident with an ethanol tanker. After the accident the engine was able to move under its own power.
Lots of action on the fueling racks, plus visiting locomotives from NS, UP, and Ferromex at BNSF's Denver diesel facility. SD40-2 #6851 sits forlornly to the side, watching the action. It has be... (more)
Sitting in the Denver BNSF shop yard. Hit by a tanker truck - but no major injuries.
Approx one year ago, 7/23/09, this locomotive was involved in a firey collision at Commerce City.
BNSF SD40-2 6851 was damaged in grade crossing collision with ethanol tank truck near the Suncor Refinery in Commerce City, CO, at the 56th Avenue grade crossing on July 23rd, 2009. BNSF 6851 was... (more)
Grain sitting in the loop at the top of Crawford Hill waiting for a crew to transfer to the DM&E.