BNSF Railway train S-LPKLBJ1-10 (a double-stack train heading from Logistics Park Kansas to Long Beach Pier J California) has just emerged from the below-grade* Alameda Corridor and is making its ... (more)
An eastbound manifest has just crested Marias Pass and is on the downgrade towards East Glacier. The iconic Marias landmarks, Summit and Little Dog Mountains, look down on the scene. A tip of th... (more)
BNSF 4116 in H3 paint leads a long eastbound through Sullivan's Curve in the early morning.
BNSF C44-9W 4116 repainted into H3 is seen leading an eastbound Manifest in Crozier Canyon, Arizona - 10/03/2014
Westbound full grainer about one mile south of Ritzville, WA seen from a frontage road of US 395.
BNSF 4116, sporting its Swooshie paint job, brings up the markers of a loaded Tepco coal train rolling towards the mainline at Milepost 5.
Jer rocks 17,600 horses into Run-8 to get comfortable with his new power and for a little bit of fun. Traveling light, they can rapidly accelerate. Through the window, a fraction of the available ... (more)
Hay! BNSF 4116 and 3 of her GE classmates scream by at 70MPH leading a Z train in sweet light.
The rear DPU of Washington & Idaho's "Big Train" whine in B5ish going down the very visible 1% grade into Spangle. This special BNSF/W&I train gives Palouse wheat farmers a cheap, efficient way to... (more)
An eastbound stack train has just top the grade of the Des Moines River Valley as it passes thru the small town of Argyle in southern Iowa. The train has 10 miles left before reaching the next cre... (more)
A auto-train prepares to do a reverse move into the "B" Yard at the San Bernardino Santa Fe Yard.
In railroading, the shortest distance between 2 points is not always a straight line
I dedicate this photo to Jeff Bass and all the guys who went out to the Needles Sub this day. Thanks for the invite!