It's four axle mania! BNSF Train L NEB6911 29I, the Spring Hill Local is returning to BNSF Murray Yard at The Gooseneck with a ton of Geeps, and even a switch engine. Included in this consist are ... (more)
One of the first locomotives to carry Burlington Northern Santa Fe markings was GP39E 2931. No other locomotives wore this exact scheme (BNSF 2911's scheme was similar, but not identical). Worki... (more)
"The Pill" leads a transfer through West Bottoms.
One of only two exBN green and white units that received the large BNSF lettering on hood and BNSF "Wagon wheel" decal on nose sitting at Watson yard in Wilmington CA located at MP 27.6 on BNSF Ha... (more)
The "pill" leads a short transfer through the West Bottoms on a cool and crisp August morning.
BNSF Cement City Local heads east with a trio of Geeps of different BNSF liveries, including one of the rare pill units.
One-of-a-kind patch job BNSF 2931 leads the Warm Springs Local southbound through the Irvington District of Fremont.
BNSF 2931 is back on the Warm Springs, paired up with BNSF 6929, as it crosses the Alameda Creek on a clear Spring afternoon.
The blossoms of the fruit tree symbolize the beginning of Spring, here in late-February as an odd-ball patched GP39 rolls accross the Alameda Creek Bridge.
A better look at BNSF 2931 is viewed here at one of Cicero's engine tracks, along with a white face GP39M, originally built as a GP30.
One of two experimental BN white face patch jobs switches the East end of Cicero in the morning light.
The control stand of BNSF 2931