Santa Fe Bluebonnet GP30 2428 and BN GP38-2 2337 head east through Lockport.
A highly contrasting light power move - in age and paint. BNSF 2467 brings up the rear of a light power move sporting 4 New ES44ACs and three bluebonnets - a GP39 and two GP30s.
Two faded GPs sit idle at the BNSF engine facility in Birmingham.
Locomotives for the La Mirada locals awaiting the next duty. GP30u 2459; GP39m 2818; GP38-2 2319; GP30u 2470; tank car and caboose 999795 used on locals that require long backing movements.
BNSF GP30 2452 and GP35 2590 lead the westbound Pasadena Local through Azusa, only about a mile east of the Miller Brewery in Irwindale. Miller is probably the local's furthest west stop on this ... (more)
Today's BNSF-CN transfer is led by a blue bonnet GP30u as it enters the wye of the Memphis Sub from Broadway.
A venerable GP30 and GP35 make up the helper set on this eastbound intermodal. The ATSF units up on the mountain in the background are the lead units for the same train!
A view of the small yard at Raton, NM from the rear car of Amtrak's Southwest Chief.
A BNSF ballast train led by BNSF 2430 holds as it waits for a stack train to pass.
A Bluebonnet GP30 is in charge of the local today. The local stops at the Pepperidge Farm bread factory by Fairview Avenue, and Hines Lumber, between Main Street and Belmont Road.
GP30 leads a mixed bag of power and freight at Blue Cut in 1994.
Santa Fe GP30 2722 helps a disabled F40 pull a westbound Amtrak San Joaquin past Stockton Tower.
While an SP helper set waits on No. 1 track at Cable Crossover, Santa Fe 2714 East roars up No. 2 main.
Northbound BNSF local brings 12 cars into the yard.