Heading east through Fullerton, California, is BNSF Railway train S-LHGCLO1-16 (Intermodal Stacks; Los Angeles Harbor CA [GGS] to Clovis NM). A solid set of four Dash 9-44CWs is powering this tra... (more)
In the late golden hour, about 15 minutes before sunset, the last train of the day appears. The sunlight and dark stormy background speak for themselves here, along with the unreal red colored cli... (more)
At sunset, an eastbound BNSF Q train roars out of the siding at Fruitland, TX, after meeting a manifest. Judging from the amount of exhaust, the engineer appears to have put the throttle in Run 16... (more)
Spectacular; no better way to describe the Columbia River Gorge. Wishram - the heart of BNSF operations in Gorge - can be seen from a bluff along the road leading out of town. From this height, we... (more)
After meeting a westbound, a Q train accelerates over the hump at the east end of Fruitland in a cloud of exhaust.
The effects of the previous day's torrential rain brought on by a tornadic storm system are clearly evident in this drainage ditch as BNSF 4512 and 743 roll northward into Grand Forks during a nic... (more)
A northbound manifest has reached Saginaw Yard on its climb from Ft. Worth as thunderheads build in the southern sky.
At dusk, an eastbound intermodal train drops down the stair-step grade from Decatur on its way to Alliance Yard.
A super-hot southbound piggyback train roars out of Fruitland at sunset after meeting an opposing manifest on the main.
BNSF 4512 leads a China Shipping train up Cajon Pass as it heads out of Silverwood and makes the turn towards Summit.
UP 3436 seems to have joined the wrong train on the wrong bank of the Columbia River