A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train blurs past a graveyard of semaphore signal masts lined up at Superior, Montana, after their removal from usefulness on October 6, 2005. One of o... (more)
Dressed in warbonnet red, Burlington Northern Santa Fe GE C44-9W No. 747 thunders westward with a freight past the milepost 192 semaphores east of St. Regis, Montana, on June 30, 2000.
With the sun rising on my sweet 16, BNSF 5047 gets the light and heads west towards Vancouver on a perfect spring morning.
BNSF 4126 leads the parade into Kingman. With five trains in this view, this section of the Seligman subdivision was hopping.
On a cold spring morning, BNSF #5613 (AC44CW) Leads an Oil Train, blowing a turbo as it approaches Naperville Metra Station.
Fun Fact: 5613 is one of about 20 AC44s that BNSF owns
United Chloride - A string of tank cars sit at United Chloride on Bolo Hill at Saltus Road on the Needles Subdivision.
Tehachapi Pass is carpeted in the green of springtime on March 28, 2001, as a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight heads through Caliente, California. Behind warbonnet-clad Dash 9 No. 76... (more)
The local is throttled up as it begins the climb up Edelstein Hill, rolling through the "S" curve under those classic Santa Fe signal bridges.
It’s a beautiful spring day in the Hudson River Valley. Two photographers standing on the Catskill Creek foot bridge breath a tremendous sigh of relief as the low cloud shadow lifts as K162-12 ru... (more)
A break from the wet weather creates a stellar golden hour that the Pacific Northwest is known this time of the year as a southbound BNSF grain train rolling through the valley.
Heading east at CP-SK with a nice Santa Fe lettered nosed leader on a beautiful Spring morning out of Selkirk Yard.
An amazing mix of power leads H LINLIN back towards Lincoln.
BNSF No. 3915 splits the Searchlight Signals just before the little town of Parshall in the Colorado high country.
Workers help tie down a Herzog welded rail train at the north end of the siding.