On the BNSF in the greater Los Angeles area, the vast majority of freight trains are intermodal (and mainly double-stacks). But a "real" freight operates each way each day, ferrying non-container... (more)
The southbound DAYGO charges through the small town of Hodge.
With a z-train hot on its heels (visible in the distance), a BNSF manifest begins its climb out of the San Joaquin Valley towards the summit at Tehachapi.
Westbound intermodal catches a little sun at the east siding switch of Bison in the late afternoon.
Morning of July 4th, and early morning clouds are giving way to blue skies as BNSF 7756 makes its way into Belen from the west.
Slowly leaving Livingston, about to fight with the grade on Bozeman Pass in the nice and warm evening light
Starting another heroic journey over Bozeman pass
A westbound intermodal runs along Cajon Creek south of Hwy.138.
Exhaust warps the view of downtown Minneapolis, as this train is preparing for adding a cut.
BNSF new logoed ES44DC #7756 leads Z-CHCPTL under the new signal bridge in LaGrange.