A worn down Dash 9-44CW brings up the rear of one of the many 10,000 foot-long stack trains that roam along the BNSF Transcon. Here, this Long Beach, CA to Chicago, IL train slowly makes its way t... (more)
Eastbound SW Chief on the Transcon.
Westbound train on the Transcon.
Smoke 'em A hot New York, NY to Los Angeles, CA Z9 starts to chug up to speed after being stopped at Baca to let a hotter train, the Willow Springs, IL to North Bay, CA Z9, over take it on ... (more)
The 263rd train of 2011 from Peabody Coal's El Segundo Mine to Arizona Public Service's Cholla Power Plant in Joseph City, AZ is about to enter the BNSF Gallup Sub after its 34 mile journey down t... (more)
Dark clouds of an early Summer monsoon brew overhead, while Westward winds put a damper on BNSF 5435's progress West. The train, consisting of all ex-BN, GN, NP, and SP woodchip hoppers, is loaded... (more)
Pacing a westbound Z train alongside Route 66 at 70mph near Baca, westbound on the BNSF Gallup Subdivision.
Classy, BNSF! The hottest train on the whole BNSF system (Z WSPNBY9, aka the 199) has come to a stop to let Amtrak #3, the Southwest Chief run around.. Shows you BNSF knows how to ru... (more)
Three GE's have 128 loads of coal up to speed at West Baca.
Six GE's (in a 3x3 arrangement) lead 118 cars of fresh coal from the El Segundo Mine down the Lee Ranch Sub towards the mainline in killer killer last light.
The golden swoosh GEVO leads the Q - Clovis to Richmond through the signals at West Baca.
BNSF's 211 Local knocks down West Baca at a high rate of speed with the 11,305 foot Mount Taylor behind.
BNSF 516 leads the 211 local away from the beautiful red rock formations of New Mexico.
A rising sun glints the sides of a Westbound hot shot Z train on a bittery cold morning.
Empties from Springerville race back to the PRB through a snow-covered New Mexico desert.