BNSF 6893 provides rear end support as a DPU on an eastbound grain empty traveling through the Little Blackfoot River valley east of Garrison on its way to Mullan Pass and Helena on Montana Rail L... (more)
A BNSF yard job takes headroom towards the BRC as an eastbound suburban takes the signal at Cicero. In the foreground is the former Manufactures Junction Railway which lost its last customer some... (more)
A BNSF grain train reflects in the Missouri River as it traces the banks of the Missouri River through Lombard Canyon just west of Lombard, Montana, on the clear afternoon of September 22, 2009. T... (more)
Snow from the day before covers BNSF 2530 (GP39-3) and the historic Longmont Depot in Colorado.
An empty grain shuttle rolls east on Montana Rail Link's former BN/NP mainline through Lombard Canyon just southeast of Toston, MT. The Missouri River winds through the canyon, just downstream fro... (more)
BNSF's version of the "Salad Shooter" is the Stockton, CA to Willow Springs, IL Z-train. With containers filled with frozen goods, what makes this train stand out over the rest of interm... (more)
Climbing out of Ludlow towards Ash Hill, five GE locomotives notch up as they hustle 73 UPS loads on a hot LA to Willow Srpings, IL Z6.
A powered up Willow Springs, IL to San Bernardino, CA Z-train has no issues doing track speed of 50 MPH up the 1.4% grade of Ash Hill near East Siberia.
BNSF priority intermodal races east near Denair Ca. on a cold Friday afternoon.
As BNSF Railway ethanol unit train U-HERWAT7-22A makes its way to Watson, near the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, from Hereford, Texas, it meets BNSF train B-LACLAC6-26D (Los Angeles to Full... (more)
A BNSF stack train runs south on the Joint Line through Palmer Lake, Colorado.
Ouachita Nightfall | Descending the Rich Mountain grade in the heart of the Ouachita Mountains, a southbound coal train passes through the community of Eagleton, AR on a cool Saturday, Nove... (more)
BNSF coal empties on the 'new' alignment west of Branson
BNSF 5233 leads two more GE's east on a stack train along the Wenatchee River at the confluence of Peshastin Creek near Dryden, WA. The train is about 20 minutes out of Wenatchee, the first crew c... (more)
H-GALMEM crossing the Cuivre River on a cold day, which was causing air pressure problems with the train.