BNSF 4244, 5643, & 9685 lead westbound empties.
Four-axle power brings a transfer freight up the Gooseneck in heavy rain. Headed in the opposite direction is a vehicle symbol headed down the Fort Scott Sub. The transfer run is out of Argentine ... (more)
The hot Jacksonville bound CSX Q027-14 (Bedford Park,IL-Jacksonville,FL waste no time crossing the Stateline town of Ardmore, AL on it's way south on the CSX SN&A Nort... (more)
With the Old Woman Mountains looming in the distance ...... one-year-old BNSF ES44C4 4244 is leading train Q-MEMRIC6-10 through the tiny town of Cadiz, California, near sunset on Fe... (more)
Heading northbound on the 43-mile branch known as the Lead Line Subdivision, BNSF 4244 crosses Huzzah Creek in the Mark Twain National Forest. The line at this point has a little over one year lef... (more)
In a pouring rain, B23-7 4244 brings a transfer from Argentine Yard with a track inspector right next to it. In the distance, UP light power recedes into the mist.
In a constant downpour, an aging B-boat nearing the end of its career leads a Geep and a pair of baby tunnel motors up the Gooseneck with a freight for North Kansas City.
BNSF 4244 North makes its way north through a pouring rain as a track inspector paces it through the West Bottoms.
Its funny how the locomotive is facing the bridge and yet it shreaded so may stacks.
This BNSF switch job pulls toward Cicero yard, the time being it strikes the BRC's bridge and shreads open half a 5 pack.