Just after sunrise a manifest makes its way east.
Three brand-new Burlington Northern EMD SD70MACs lead a coal empty through Moorcroft, Wyoming, early on the morning of September 13, 1995.
A Powder River coal train is seen with a rear-end DPU on the Black Hills Subdvision near Moorcroft, WY.
BN 9488, BNSF 9821, BN 9524 move coal loads east under a beautiful sky west of Moorcroft.
A DPU brings up the rear of an empty coal train as it descends the hill toward Moorcroft, WY. In the distance, a loaded train is coming around one of the reverse curves along this scenic section ... (more)
A loaded coal train blasts around the curves and up the hill east of Moorcroft, WY while meeting a westbound empty train. You can see the other train's head end power in the distance, as well as e... (more)
Two locomotives in DPU mode help hold an empty coal train back as it descends the hill east of Moorcroft, WY, coiling through several reverse curves.
On a bright summer morning in eastern Wyoming, a pair of BNSF coal trains meet near the small town of Moorcroft.
A good mix of power leads this BN coal train eastbound at Moorcroft. OWY 9042,UP 3232,BN 5020,5516,EMD 6047 seem to have everything well in hand as they accelerate through town.
BNSF 5816 East splits a pair of intermediate signals between Rozet and Moorcroft.
A coal load attacks the hill just east of Moorcroft on BNSF's Black Hills Sub