The ESWR unloads coal at the Western Fuels Association plant with their three SD40-2's in charge.
The eastbound Southwest Chief west of Grants, MN.
A westbound high priority manifest passes through a snow covered western New Mexico and underneath a lenticular cloud that is over Mt. Taylor west of Milan, NM on 11/24/13.
BNSF 7478 leads an eastbound Z train at Milan, NM as it outruns a fast moving line of thunderstorms on 10/25/13.
3 leased CP GE's team up with a BNSF C44-9W on the head end of the Fresno ,CA-Chicago,IL "Salad Shooter" Z train as it heads east near Milan, NM with Haystack Mountain as the backdrop on 11/9/13.... (more)
The first NS Heritage unit to grace the BNSF Gallup Sub and Southwest US in general, the Wabash NS 1070, is second out on a BNSF Ethanol train as it heads a mere minutes before sunset on 4/28/13.
3 600 series BNSF warbonnet C44-9W's lead a Belen, NM to Phoenix, AZ manifest west at Milan, NM on May 22, 2013. These units were pulled from storage just a week prior to help with BNSF's ever gr... (more)
BNSF 7029 east flys through the crossing at 70MPH as a sign warns the employees of Mt. Taylor Millwork and Mt. Taylor Machine of the danger ahead on January 5, 2013.
Snow covered Mt. Taylor is se... (more)
A partial rainbow has formed on the back side of a monsoonal thunderstom as a BNSF eastbound passes stacks of logs at Mt. Taylor Millwork west of Milan,NM on 7/9/12.
A small blast of winter has hit western New Mexico as a eastbound BNSF coal empty kicks up the falling powder west of Milan,NM on 12/9/12. The snow shower would end 20 minutes after this shot was ... (more)
BNSF 9089, a brand new SD70ACe, leads a coal empty from SRP's Coronado Generating Station to East Thunder Mine, WY eastbound on the BNSF Gallup Sub near Milan, NM on 9/30/12. Haystack Mountain is ... (more)
Normally you can see the mesa behind Amtrak #3 here, but a wall of heavy rain has covered it as monsoonal thunderstorms would dump 2 inches of rain in 3 hours here on 7/5/12.
Amtrak train #3 heads west as more thunderstorms develop behind the train at Milan, NM 7/9/12.
A thunderstorm in its early stages builds behind a BNSF westbound manifest at Milan, NM 7/9/12.
Running 1 1/2 hours late, Amtrak train #4 approaches Milan,NM at track speed on April 4, 2012.