Battling hogbacks and sags, a long eastbound stack train grinds uphill through Maine in September 2003.
With the low morning sun enlivening the paint on its superstructure, Dash 8 8636 is on the point of an eastbound manifest slugging it out with the grade at Maine.
Shortly after sunrise, BNSF 4888 East, a hot pig train, roars up the giant hogback at Maine.
An eastbound BNSF stack train catches the glint of a low sun as it grinds up the stiff grade at Maine.
A heavy westbound mixed freight rolls through the vertical curvature at Maine as it descends the Arizona Divide.
Near the end iof its career, the 92 goes solo with a short intermodal. This locomotive is now in the Illinois Railroad Museum.
BNSF 1090 west is the 6th westbound of the evening parade as it turns into the sun at Maine.
BNSF 570 sports a fresh coat of H2 paint as it and a B40-8 roll a westbound Z-train by the crossovers at Maine at 70mph.
BNSF westbound intermodal at Maine behind BNSF 4930 and two eastern visitors.
Brand new unit!