Two loaded coal trains depart the Powder River Basin.
Empties meet loads on the s-curve.
Loaded coal train makes its way south around the S-curve on Main 3 at MP 65.
Loaded Union Pacific coal train heads south on Main 3.
The loaded coal CATJO9 28 rolls by the signals on Converse County Road 43.
The loaded coal train 2CNAWB9 28 come around the curve as it approaches Converse County Road 48.
The Union Pacific CNANK9 28 loaded coal train passes BNSF's C-SBMPHH0-62A loaded coal along the coal train superhighway in eastern Wyoming.
Another coal train, (Imagine that!) this time empty (CMRSB9 17), heads north into the Powder River Basin for more coal.
Coal trains coming and going here in Wyoming. UP engine 6651 brings the empty coal train CWSAT 16 back into the PRB for a coal refill at the Antelope Mine.
BNSF 5812 does its part as the DPU on the C-ATMMHS1-31A loaded coal train bound for Georgia. This train will exchange with the Norfolk Southern in Memphis to continue its journey through the South... (more)
Coal, coal and more coal. If you're looking for variety in your train watching the Orin Subdivision in the Powder River Basin is not the place to be. It's non-stop hoppers, full and empty, as is ... (more)
Another loaded coal train from the North Antelope Mine in Wyoming emerges from under the cloud cover into the sunlight as it heads south on the Orin Subdivision.
Union Pacific's CBTND9-22 chugs up the grade near Robinson Road in the middle of Converse County, Wyoming, as this SD9043MAC engine heads south on the BNSF Orin Sub.
UP CBMHL 15 has a green symbol as it heads out with a fresh load of coal.
UP 6493 helps push CBMHL 15 out of the Powder River Basin.