No Dash-9's on this consist! A GP39-2 leads this intermodal train eastbound on the Transcon. B&W mode w/ orange filter.
No orange on this engine! A beautiful looking warbonnet(albeit wearing BNSF markings) heads through the curve relatively slow, due to the MOW crew sitting on the siding just to the left of the pho... (more)
A fairly clean Dash-9 slows down for a hi-rail car up ahead as it passes the Astec Asphalt Plant.
Sparkling BNSF 7687, the first GEVO ES44DC to ever receive the beautiful new logo, highballs westward through Ransom about to pass under the bridge.
BNSF H1 7322, an ex-CN SD40-2, highballs westward past the silos at Ransom, accompanied by an NS Horsehead Dash 9.
The outstanding view of the countryside adds to the westbound Q-NYCLAC highballing through Ransom, powered by an ex-LMS C40-8W, a UP Dash 9 and an NS standard C40-9 cab.
BN green SD40-2 7910 leads the westbound M-IHBGAL past the silos in Ransom, accompanied by a nice BNSF Warbonnet B40-8W.
Z-LGPFTM highballs around the elevated curve at Mazon behind GEVO 7726, a BNSF Dash 9 and an NS Dash 9.
The good stuff is up front as new logoed GEVO 7767 highballs past the grain elevators at Ransom, accompanied by a BN green SD40-2, and a pair of BNSF Heritage 2 Dash 9's.
Talk about an outstanding lash-up for a stack train! Santa Fe Bluebonnet GP60 8717 and Santa Fe Warbonnet GP60M 151 highball S-LGPFTM past the grain elevators at Ransom. The sound of these two EMD... (more)
BNSF 4195 in the Heritage 2 paint scheme, BNSF 1076 in the Heritage 1 paint scheme and a Heritage 1 BNSF SD40-2 head west through Wilmington with an intermodal from Logistics Park.
The westbound L-CHI1021 rolls through Coal City with a sweet lash-up consisting of Santa Fe Bluebonnet GP35 2521, very rare BN GP9B 1701 (one of three) and EMDX GP38-2 753.
Nice, clean GEVO 7669 rolls westbound through Coal City, accompanied by a green BN SD40-2.
CEFX 7092 in BN paint leads an H1 SD40-2 westbound through Coal City.
We signaled that a train was approaching to a motorist as he was approaching. He started to cross the tracks, and then knew he had to stop. He saw the train coming, put it into reverse, and missed... (more)