A GE C4 adds both braking and pushing power to a westbound BNSF load of what looks like DDG. The train has just come off Curtis Hill, and is now headed for the open expanses of northwest Oklahoma ... (more)
The light of the setting sun glints off the side of a westbound BNSF hotshot as it drops down into Woodward, OK, The train is likely headed to the West Coast, and is not far behind another train. ... (more)
At midday in January 2015, an eastbound BNSF stack train heads out of Woodford, OK, the largest town by far for miles around. Woodward is both a railroad town and an oil refining center.
65MPH pace shot of BNSF #3898 leads a west bound train as it heads into Woodward, OK
A mixed freight heads across the Panhandle Sub. on the Transcon.
A sparkling foursome of ET44C4s, apparently on their maiden voyage, whir quietly into Woodward, OK.
A BNSF intermodal streaks through Woodward on the Transcon not long after sunrise.
A westbound mixed freight accelerates through Woodward, passing the local grain elevator and the BNSF MoW office.
Northwest Oklahoma GE 44-tonner working at Woodward, OK in this October 1982 scene.
Northwest Oklahoma #1 working at Woodward, OK in 1982.
This guy was MOVING. Had to step back so that I didn't get blasted with sand and debris.
A pair of intermodal trains meet just west of Quinlan, OK on the BNSF Panhandle Subdivision.
An eastbound stack train screams past a slow moving grain train just west of Quinlan, OK.
An eastbound vehicle train flies down Curtis Hill in Northwestern Oklahoma.