A very clean BNSF H1 "Goat Boat" leads an empty oil train west through the Mohawk Valley. The train has 110 cars that include 108 empty tank cars with a buffer on the head end and rear e... (more)
On one of those rare clear dome Saturdays, everything screamed to "get outside" to beat the early March cabin fever blues. Some nice foreign power was making rounds on CSXT on the Mohawk Sub on ... (more)
Empty oil K039 from Philly is now just starting their trip across the Mohawk Sub with a BNSF Dash 9 in H1 paint leading past the lock.
The awesome local which interchanges with Arizona and California railroad (consist BNSF 1005 H1, Patch BN 1673, BNSF 663 H2 and patch Warbonnet 642) lead a long train to Castle Hot Springs where t... (more)
An engineer enjoys some sunshine, coffee and a short break in in the cab of Burlington Northern Santa Fe manifest C44-9W No. 1005 on a BNSF freight switching cars at the west end of Clay siding on... (more)
In an unusual move, a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe manifest freight switches cars around at the west end of Clay siding on Union Pacific’s Moffat Tunnel Subdivision on the morning of Jul... (more)
A BNSF Denver to Stockton manifest rolls through the Price River Canyon.
While dodging menacing cloud shadows, a northbound BNSF freight rerouted off the Inside Gateway slowly grinds up the grade between Andesite and Grass Lake beneath the incredible backdrop of Mount ... (more)
Though both elevators in the background are still active, neither are serviced by BNSF grain trains any longer.
Grain empties head east through Morris behind one of Burlington Northern Santa Fe's best paint schemes.
A westbound stacktrain running elephant style parallels Summit Valley Rd approaching Cajon Summit.
A westbound stacktrain running elephant style passes under Hwy.138 coming down Cajon Creek. Notice the rear of the train in the top center of the photo.
This is not a "going away shot". The train is backing up after removing a engine from it's consist to help another train that had stalled in Marcel. The crew on all trains were extremely friendly ... (more)