Amtrak's train 4, the eastbound Southwest Chief, departed Gallup, New Mexico, 42 minutes late on the morning of August 15th, 2015. One of the carrier's specially painted 40th Anniversary engines, ... (more)
BNSF stack trains meet at the outskirts of Gallup. C44-9W No. 4846 is headed toward the West Coast.
The BNSF east-bound stack train is passed swiftly by AMTK #4 - as I snag a few shots from the rear of the last coach car.
After arriving into town with the Gallup Local, a trio of Santa Fe Bluebonnet GP60's shine in the morning light as the crew works on yarding their train. Heck of a catch in 2019, especially being ... (more)
New Mexico often has spectacular skies, as was the case on August 13, 2017, as BNSF Railway intermodal stack train S-LPCLBT2-11 headed west out of Gallup. BNSF ES44C4 6652, BNSF Dash 9-44CW 4820 ... (more)
SD75Ms 8268 and 249 head east.
A BNSF manifest blasts out of thick fog into sunlight before entering another layer of fog behind me.
30 miles east of Gallup, NM, a BNSF stack train has just crested the Continental Divide at an elevation of about 7200ft.
Amtrak 4 the Southwest Chief heads East through Gallup, NM. As a couple of BNSF Trains does some work in the yard
BNSF 8178 leads another eastbound rack train as they depart Gallup, NM bound for Clovis, NM.
Here we see a Eastbound rack train departing their yard in Gallup, NM bound for El Paso, Tx.
Here we see Eastbound Amtrak train #4 arriving at the station in Gallup, NM.
Santa Fe GP60M 138, Dash8-40BW 548, GP60M 158 and GP60 4037 head a TOFC train.
BNSF's Kansas City-Barstow H train crosses over from main 2 at East Gallup into the yard to perform some switching.
BNSF ES44C4 7161 pulls through downtown Gallup, NM with 142 intermodal platforms from Logistics Park in Chicago.