Chugwater arrival On the clear afternoon of May 30, 1998, a southbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight arrives at Chugwater, Wyoming. The train is powered by a pair of EMD locomoti... (more)
On the Orin Line in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin a southbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train passes a small, abandoned homestead just north of Reno Junction on June 30, 2002.
Surrounded by the snow capped San Bernardino Mountains an eastbound BNSF stack climbs uphill towards the Summit of Cajon Pass.
The Big Mac in the Executive
paint scheme of the fallen flag Burlington Northern in a rare move leading a Coal train (EBMDOL0) "Loaded coal from Eagle Butte Mine to Donnie,TX", is tied... (more)
BNSF 4025 leads the Denver to Provo, UT mixed freight train westbound into Plainview, Colorado as it battles the 3% grade all the way up until the the Moffat Tunnel, here it is just seconds before... (more)
Brand-new Burlington Northern Santa Fe EMD SD70MAC No. 9840 makes its first revenue run down Colorado’s Joint Line at Greenland on a cold December 11, 1997. Weird to think that orange paint was ... (more)
Sand loads rolling south along the Mississippi River.
A westbound oil train passing under the bluffs formed by the Mississippi River, which was once three miles wide near this location.
At 8:20 a.m. the morning of September 1, 2003, Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s V KCMPTL 29 blows by the mile 207.2 semaphores at Donlan, Montana. In the left seat of this former Santa Fe GP50 is... (more)
An eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight crosses Cedar Creek Trestle east od Superio, Montana, on July 3, 2001. Leading the train is recently-repainted SD60M No. 9299 (former BN “Desert... (more)
A fire-scarred C44-9W cruising west past the grain elevators at Annada, Missouri.
The Kelly Lake local crew with a pair of green SD40-2s move south thru the yard with loaded gondolas of scrap steel and empty bentonite hoppers while passing KD Jct. which is the split BNSF uses t... (more)
A pair of BNSF SD70ACes lead a coal train north on the LSRC. Their colors match perfectly with the peak fall leaves on the surrounding trees.
BNSF coal crossing the Cuivre River at Old Monroe, Missouri.
After working Suncast in Batavia, R-CHI452 returns to Eola with H-1 GP38-2, 2321, in the lead