Two Burlington Northern Santa Fe Heritage I GE C44-9Ws push on a westbound grain train climbing Marias Pass at the end of a rainbow just west of Browning, Montana. Another pair of “Heritage I” Das... (more)
What’s at the end of the rainbow? It’s a pair of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Heritage I GE C44-9Ws on a westbound grain train climbing Marias Pass working through the sweeping curve at... (more)
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train heads into the falling snow east of Summit, Montana, on March 2, 1997, led by Heritage I-painted GE C44-9W No. 1002.
In a full-fledged mountain snowstorm, a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train passes through the falling flakes at Java, Montana, on March 2, 1997.
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train slogs past the accumulated snow at East Glacier, Montana, as a state highway plow scrapes by on Highway 2 on a sunny (at least in East Glacier)... (more)
A Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train travels over a stormy Marias Pass just east of Bison, Montana, on October 4, 1997. At this location, winter is coming!
A heritage one BNSF C44-9W leads Q393 West through Pine Junction.Trailing the 3 lead BNSF units are 7 brand new BNSF ES44C4's straight out of GE in Erie PA.
19. The last of the flat ground I will see as I head west as you can see the looming mountains in the background.
20. I assume all the heat waves are being caused by the dynamic brakes keeping this train under control as it makes it's way out of the mountains and onto the plains.
Flowers are in full bloom, while a Heritage 1 Dash 9 leads a 19-car Warm Springs Local up the Square on a mild 73 degree June afternoon.
Two big Dash 9's lead the Northbound Warm Springs Local up Jack London Square on a nice late Spring afternoon.
Four C44-9Ws are in control of this z-train as it negotiates the curve at Warren, five miles north of Mojave.
C44-9W 1002 leads the Z-RICCHI past the northbound approach signal at the south end of Marcel, six miles from Tehachapi.