A colorful consist leads a big, eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train as it climbs around Tehachapi Loop at Walong, California, on March 8, 2001. The middle part of the train is ... (more)
BNSF's Corona Local gets underway as it heads for Riverside nearing the May crossovers.
BNSF GP60 No. 146 leads a colorful locomotive consist on an eastbound intermodal train curving through Warren near Mojave, California, on March 8, 2001.
With plenty of jets leaving contrails in the sky overhead, a Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train climbs Tehachapi Loop at Walong, California, on March 8, 2001. The rear of the huge train... (more)
The Pasadena Local passes the old Santa Fe depot in Azusa on new trackage, as the original main was relocated to the alignment of the old siding, to make room for the MTA Gold Line extension - due... (more)
L CAL0031 Pasadena Sub Local passes the classic ATSF cantilever signal at Glendora behind two warbonnet GP60Ms. The lead unit (still in ATSF paint), 146, was specially painted in a Maersk livery i... (more)
With a temperture at minus one degree below zero, BNSF 146 races past snow covered fields, leading this Local, as it heads north on a switch job.
Both of these units, in the Warbonnet and Bluebonnet paint schemes, bring back fond memories of Santa Fe, even though they are now the property of BNSF.
A contrast of power is seen on the Longmont Local as it races down Berthoud Hill on a switch job to Loveland, CO.
Now this is a very nice lash-up for an intermodal! Santa Fe Warbonnet GP60M 146, BN Cascade green SD40-2 7000, a BNSF Heritage 1 GP60B and Santa Fe Bluebonnet GP60 8722 all head west through Mazon... (more)
Sweet! An A-B-A lash-up full of EMD's highball this intermodal stack train through Coal City.
BNSF 146 leads a WB train through Ludlow as it meets an EB trailer train.
Waiting 30 minutes, on a bridge for this train, a passer-by called the police. Apparently, I was viewed as a suspicous person. Oh yeah, Minneapolis stands in the background.
Preparing the empties to be taken to the Boeing plant.
Power for the Boeing train enters the Boeing facility at Wichita, KS. This train was running 6 hours late due to the bad weather.