BNSF 6647 leads two NS units and a long manifest train east over the summit at Mountainair, New Mexico.
BNSF 6010 work up the grade in Abo Canyon as they get closer to the summit in Mountainair, New Mexico.
BNSF 3850 and former Santa Fe 710 are DPUs pushing hard on an eastbound doublestack going up Abo Canyon.
BNSF 6647 leads two Norfolk Southern units and an eastbound manifest train towards the Abo Canyon summit in Mountainair, New Mexico.
Rolling down the hill from the crest in Mountainair, NM, BNSF 5293 approaches Abo Canyon.
Cresting the hill at Mountainair, on its way to Belen, then perhaps Phoenix or Albuquerque.
Brand new BNSF 7927 has stopped in Abo Canyon due to maintenance of way work near Mountainair, New Mexico, and waits for BNSF 6747 west to roll by.
Blue hour is upon Abo Canyon as a ballast train meets a stack train.
It's golden hour in Abo Canyon as a stack train rolls West.
A pair of SD70ACe locomotives lead a vehicle train through the desert.
A four pack of GE locomotives lead a high dollar Westbound through Abo Canyon.
After a fairly treacherous hike, my friend and I found this location overlooking the BNSF main. Shortly after arriving, our efforts were rewarded with a meet!
A long WB intermodal makes its way down through Mountainair, NM
Close-up view of Santa Fe 2862 after the major derailment involving three trains. The SF 2862 east plowed into another eastbound waiting at Mountainair, NM for an approaching westbound hotshot. Th... (more)
Five GE engines with a eastbound train.