An empty BNSF ethanol train proceeds west into Argentine Yard in Kansas City as an eastbound manifest freight departs. Another westbound, a Herzog ballast train, holds at the signal.
A remote control hump job shoves cars over the hump at BNSF's Argentine Yard in Kansas City with a snoot-nose SD40-2 and a triclops SD60M, both now wearing the latest BNSF paint scheme.
A BNSF GP39E is working BNSF's Argentine Yard in Kansas City, sorting cars from the west end, while three other jobs can be seen working the east end in the background.
An RC hump job pulls a long string of cars out of the arrival tracks and down the lead for the hump at Argentine Yard in Kansas City. On the point is an SD38-2 still wearing its BN green.
A BNSF SD40-2R shoves a long string of autoracks into BNSF's Argentine Yard in Kansas City. The city skyline stands in the background of this busy yard.
BNSF 4245 leads an empty oil train as it snakes its way through the east end of Argentine Yard and towards the fuel racks and crew change point where the train will stop for servicing before conti... (more)
BNSF's H2 scheme dominates the power line up at the Argentine Yard shops in Kansas City, thought there are a few other units to break up the uniformity including a UP GE, Santa Fe SD40, and BNSF H... (more)
A pair of BNSF yard jobs can be seen working the east end of BNSF's Argentine Yard on the west side of Kansas City. The Goddard Ave Viaduct provides this overlook to photograph the yard jobs while... (more)
The east end of BNSF's Argentine Yard in Kansas City is packed full of trains on this Thursday afternoon. After an eastbound intermodal cleared up the crossovers, a BNSF manifest freight led by BN... (more)
With a former BN SD38-2 on the point, an Argentine Yard hump crew pulls a long string of mixed freight out of an arrival track that they will send over the hump for classification.
An RC operator uses a GP39E to bring a single tank car out of Argentine Yard in Kansas City to deliver to a customer just west of here.
With a locomotive on each end, BNSF 6881 leads an empty Herzog ballast train west, passing by BNSF's Argentine Yard in Kansas City. The train would stop briefly for recrew and servicing before con... (more)
It's getting so that the disappearing unique signal systems hold as much interest as other objects of particular photos. The searchlights and cantilever certainly spoke "Santa Fe". That ... (more)
Santa Fe style: Beneath a "standard" Santa Fe cantilever a trio of warbonnet Dash8-40BWs are wasting no time getting up to track speed as they depart the Argentine terminal. That was cla... (more)
A pair of BNSF ACe's lead a stack train west out of the Kansas City Metro at CP Holliday on the BNSF's Emporia Subdivision.