An empty ethanol train glides over the Etowah River with a pair of BNSF engines providing the juice. Note the lead unit sporting the classic Warbonnet paint scheme.
The CSXT and NS have been running thru some interesting power to the CN lately. Also with the CN extremely power short the CN has been using anything they can get their hands on to run trains. An ... (more)
BNSF 758 makes its second appearance on the Lehigh Line in as many weeks. Two weeks prior this unit was leading loaded oil train K142 toward Philadelphia. Here the unit was found on an empty cru... (more)
A BNSF warbonnet C44-9W leads CSX K142 past Newark's Weequahic Park. The loaded crude oil train is westbound on Conrail's Lehigh Line headed for Philadelphia, PA.
K142 gets underway as the sunlight squeaks throgh the clouds.
After a major derailment involving Boeing fuselages shut down MRL's 4th Subdivision, the decision was made to reroute several heavy trains over the 10th Subdivision and Evaro Hill by using manned ... (more)
BNSF 758 leads a pair NS Dash 9s on a westbound freight barreling through Birmingham JCT. on the north side of Kansas City.
The proper choice of paint is in the lead as a long manifest freight rounds the east leg of the wye toward Dilworth.
BNSF 758 East skirts giant sedimentary rock layers at Mesita, NM.
Hammering the diamond at Birmingham and notching them out is a Warbonnet leader on a BNSF freight bound for Argentine Yard in KCK.
The daily Z train from Cicero Yard in Chicago is close on the tail of the local as it heads west out of Spiritwood.
Eastbound stacker about 10 minutes away from crew change at Needles, Ca.
Q381 passes by the construction site at Front Street in Berea. Now with Q381 terminating at Willard, it is uncommon to see BNSF power on this train lately. Q381 used to run to BNSF in Chicago.
Something a little different than the usual BNSF C44: a little red and silver. The V train restarts south after waiting for the Amtrak Cascades.
This Bonneville, WY, to Galveston, TX, sulfur load blasts through the town of Berthoud and the grain elevator with a new mural painted on the south side.