BNSF 7607 leads an eastbound stack train along the north side of the Columbia River.
A cross country intermodal takes the newly rebuilt curve through the Streator industrial park.
BNSF 7607 slowly rolls down the siding, with a southbound stack train for LPC.
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Westbound stacks thunder through Hesperia in the early morning.
Looking down from high atop the Mississippi bluffs, a BNSF eastbound (directionally south) stacker heads over a small bridge at the mouth of the Wisconsin River.
A westbound descends the pass in a view normally reserved for those driving southbound on I-15.
Half of the Blue Angels fly over a quartet of BNSF power awaiting there next assignment. The Blue Angels were performing for the annual Seafair.
With the climb through the Tehachapi's behind them, the crew of the BNSF 7607 East is making quick work of the open desert, east of Mojave at Sandborn.
The Kaiser-Pittsburg CA coil train at Monolith during sunset.
Two DPU's, with a new ES44DC, approach Hill 582 on their way east.
A clean GEVO wedgie leads a heavy northbound BNSF auto train downgrade through Bealville in the Tehachapi mountains.
Just above the south switch at Rowen siding, a northbound BNSF auto train works downgrade toward Cliff and Bealville.
Spotless new logoed 7607 leads an eastbound mixed freight through Lockport with help from a Santa Fe Warbonnet Dash 8 and an ex-UP SD60.
A sweet lashup on Q353 as it blasts off in Early AM light.