A BNSF coal train heads south out of Bill, Wyoming, at the end of a rainy day in Powder River Basin on May 3, 2007.
Eastbound grain loads from Nebraska make their way eastbound over the former CNW mainline as a stunning sunset reflects off of a flooded corn field.
Record snowfall was seen across the state of Arizona last week providing for unique scenes. In Kingman, reports were up to 13 inches of snowfall. Here, three GE motors ease their way into Kingman ... (more)
Tehachapi Snow...What A Tease. The morning sun has crested the hills at Cameron and shines down toward Monolith as the BNSF 3753 leads its lengthy train from Stockton downgrade. While snow ... (more)
In a day where I almost didnt wake up to my alarm, running behind I was lucky to catch a westbound BNSF grain train in a 3x3x2 configuration just track west of the Dennison crossovers underneath a... (more)
The Potash Local returns Eastbound up the Cane Creek Branch near Lee. The snow covered La Sal Mountains are seen in the background.
On what turned out to be a very cold day a buddy and I drove the 212 miles from Anchorage to Cantwell where the Alaska RR snow fleet had tied up for the night. With a 0600 call time we knew we wou... (more)
We're just over 10,000 feet high in elevation here at the top of Cumbres Pass in southwestern Colorado just after a 40 minute snow squall had come through. Below is a Cumbres & Toltec Scenic freig... (more)
A late afternoon intermodal train heads east into the Winslow yard on the BNSF Seligman Sub.
CN C40-8W 2186 leads X311's 112 empty autoracks west on CN's Edson Sub.
A golden sunrise provides a colorful backdrop to a RTD commuter train heading from Denver to Westminster, Colorado.
Fountain and the Land Slide. The former BC Rail clings to the side of the cliffs above the mighty Fraser River. The small village is Fountain, part of a Native Indian Reserve along what wa... (more)
5:24 p.m. on a tranquil winter evening at Trout Creek, Montana, sees an eastbound BNSF grain train reflecting in the open waters of where Trout Creek flows into the Clark Fork, ending another nice... (more)