BNSF 1728 (ex-ATSF SD40-2) and 2685 (ex-ATSF GP39-3) sit silent in Cody, WY with a string of cars and an ex-BN caboose.
A pair of SD40-2's ease BNSF Train T KCS1 19R out of KCS Knoche Yard at West Wye Air Line Jct. This job is still known around the yard as the “Santa Fe 112 Job”, and transfers tonnage from BNSF A... (more)
BNSF 1782 and 580 lead a transfer from the Knoche toward Argentine Yard at Kansas City's West Bottoms.
A BNSF transfer with a SD40-2/B 40-8 pair move south on the Terminal as the rear end of a coal train shoves up the Gooseneck toward Murray Yard north of the River in North KC.
Orange BNSF 2nd generation EMD's are seen working and awaiting various assignments at Argentine Yard.
In the foreground, an eastbound BNSF stack train is moving over the flyover toward Chicago, while a pair of SD40-2's on an NS Avondale-bound transfer await a signal at Santa Fe Jct.
BNSF 1728 leads a transfer from north of the river back toward Argentine Yard as two other trains move through Santa Fe Jct.
First generation power still survives on the BNSF.
A pair of former BN SD9's are in charge of this empty potash train bound for the CSXT. Original CB&Q first generation EMD's still in use today... simply astonishing.
The absolute LAST thing you expect to be leading a BNSF train.....
The eclectic consist passes my home town location in Berwyn, IL as they slow for a red board at Cicero A plant.
An empty potash train from Holloway, MN destined for the CSXT via Chicago cruises through Hinsdale with some of the oldest locomotives on the BNSF's roster in the lead...
Nice to see this old girl still running
While SD9s are not that uncommon in Northern Minnesota, they are rarely sighted leading trains on the mainline. Here the 1728 leads a CWR train through the vast swamps near Meadowlands, Minnesota.