The closest thing I'm going to get to fall colors is these three heritage two units running elephant style with a westbound empty coal train.
BNSF 8465 & CN 2030 eastbound with a loaded coal train.
BNSF 6327 is on the westbound end of an eastbound ballast train.
BNSF 8437 & 9059 scream through Nantasket with westbound empties.
BNSF 9079 east splits the signals at Nantasket.
A pair of GEs eastbound on the Ravenna Subdivision.
BNSF 8363 has a short train of MOW equipment in tow heading eastbound.
DPUs shove an eastbound loaded coal train. Normal operating procedure on the Ravenna sub and Sandhills sub has eastbounds running on the north main and westbounds running on the south main.
BNSF 6308, NS 9257, & BNSF 9822 with westbound empties in tow.
BNSF 5955 & 5813 provide the power for an eastbound loaded coal train.
BNSF 8324, 4433, & KCS 4035 lead an eastbound manifest.
The storage line in Ravenna has just about doubled since November.
Back when coal was still king, two empty hopper trains swap crews at the small town of Ravenna, NE.
A trio of new Tier 4 GEVOs lead a westbound manifest arriving at Ravenna for a crew change as an eastbound coal train departs.