The bumpy track of the Sidney Line is quite evident as a Northtown to Dore train creeps to a stop southeast of Snowden.
A manifest from Northtown Yard to Dore, ND, heads south over the old Snowden lift bridge on the former Yellowstone Valley Railroad. The lead unit looks a bit different from when I last saw it.
A group of people were enjoying a swim in Lake Pend Oreille as a westbound BNSF manifest passed on Aug. 10, 2002, led by C44-9W No. 700.
BNSF 700 leads a morning eastbound Z train along the Columbia River at Horsethief Lake State Park.
On a higher than average warm fall day, an eastbound Z train catches the draft at the tail end of the morning commuter rush. The seems to greet the Santa Fe marked warbonnet with a cheery "Good Mo... (more)
Sometimes you just need a change of pace. At least that was my philosophy after driving nearly 80 miles along the Canadian Pacific, and saw nothing, then hopping over to the BNSF Staples Sub to ca... (more)
A small victory--the Warbonnet paint has certainly outlasted the Heritage 2 paint on these two units.
A rare sight in 2009, two warbonnets are sole power on a BNSF freight train. The Big Lift Local is waiting on the siding.
A nice change from the pumpkins descends the south track west of Silverwood.
The nicer looking warbonnet is in the lead, but it has to be the one with BNSF on the long hood...what a surprise.
While an eastbound train waits at summit, the westbound train it was waiting for comes around the corner.
Empty unit sulphur train from Galveston, TX, headed north via Front Range Subd to Bonneville, Wyoming. Coal train is on Union Pacific's Utah Junction Bypass.
An all Warbonnet consist, BNSF 700 and BNSF 103 reflect the setting sun at the North end of Lake Wanda as they wait with the "Dayton-Galesburg" for room at Allaince Yard.