Ex CN SD40-2 now lettered for AGPX.
The CLOMEM is nearing civilization, the town of Post, TX, again after begining it's descent of the Llano Estacado south of Slaton some 24 miles north (west).
Under some awesome storm light, BNSF 6300 passes the ex-ATSF cantilever signal guarding Canyon Junction. The train will cross over both mains to make the turn east up the Plainview Sub.
Sun shines on downtown Lubbock as the first thunderstorm of the spring continues to pound the southern outskirts of the city Lubbock while a lone SD40-2 runs back to the Upper Yard after turning o... (more)
A water tank, a grain/cotton elevator and, most importantly, high school football stadium lights make up the skyline of Shallowater, a typical small west Texas town. BNSF 7881 splits the ex-ATSF s... (more)
20-25mph sustained winds with frequent gusts up to 50mph create a surreal scene turning the entire city of Lubbock red. BNSF 7269 waits at Canyon Junction for light power to run around them to use... (more)
Sunset is still an hour away but 50mph wind gusts prevent any sun from getting through the thick cloud of dust blanketing Lubbock. BNSF 4437 has just been turned on the wye allowing BNSF 7269 to g... (more)
An eastbound intermodal behind BNSF 7275 continues to drop down off of the Llano Estacado as it approaches the town of Post.
The WTLC transfer behind a badly tagged AZER 102 prepares to enter the yard as it passes through Canyon Jct. The track to the right is the Plainview Sub. which heads toward Amarillo, TX.
BNSF 5349 blasts through Anton splitting the search light signals at the east end of the siding doing every bit of track speed.
After bringing the president and one of the vice presidents into Lubbock, a BNSF OCS backs past the signal at Canyon Junction before heading back to Amarillo and Denver.
The West Texas & Lubbock transfer from the BNSF yard passes the Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre returning behind their two SD9043MACs based out of Lubbock.
As storms darken the sky to the east, BNSF 798 has this westbound manifest up to track speed as they pass through the town of Shallowater.
BNSF 798's conductor waves to the crew of an eastbound manifest while they wait in the siding at Broadview.
A roster view of the BNSF 759 leads the SLAAMS into Lubbock on its way to Amarillo. Sure, there are photographers who were able to shoot these when they were new on the Santa Fe, but for this east... (more)