A BNSF Intermodal with a Heritage I Dash 9 in the lead heads south through Sumner Station towards Tacoma on sunny afternoon in the Pacific Northwest.
Brand-new BNSF Dash 9 No. 1092 idles at dusk in the engine facility with Santa Fe power.
A short local train with the leader sporting the H1 paint scheme passing through the river bottoms at Saale Road.
Early in the morning, five SD40-2s pull an eastbound UP vehicle train uphill toward Spring Garden tunnel, longest on the ex-WP.
New Dash 9 No. 1092 idles through the evening as a pair of Santa Fe GEs moves through the facility.
Recently delivered BNSF Dash 9 No. 1092 idles in the engine facility along with a load of red & silver power.
An eastbound stack train waits for a signal to depart the fuel racks at Argentine Yards.
Southbound, on its way from Galesburg to St.Louis, passes a lone northbound Tug & Barge. in the aftermath of Katrina there was very little river traffic
An eastbound stack train prepares to depart after being restocked at the Argentine fuel racks.
BNSF eastbound double stacks cross back over to Main 2 at Edelstein under a classic Santa Fe signal bridge.
At dusk, a BNSF employee helps service brand-new Dash 9 1092 at the Richmond engine facility.