2 Dash 9s and 4 SD40-2s lead this day's Grand Forks manifest. Interestingly enough, I caught those same SD40s leading the day before on the Dilworth manifest.
A BNSF rail train pulls heads into Denver on the Brush Sub.
A BNSF oil train passes winterized irrigation equipment along the Mississippi River bluffs on the UP Chester Sub south of St. Louis.
The BNSF 4617 leads an NS ethanol train with an unusually high number of buffer cars over the Mayo River.
BNSF 4617 leads a southbound tank car train near Justin north of Fort Worth.
BNSF 4617 heads west through Kinsman at 70 MPH.
As the sun rises over the Mojave desert, a northbound BNSF stack train approaches Mojave where it will transfer off home rails to make its way over Tehachapi Pass.
A fairly rare move compared to the busy Staples Sub as three C44-9W's all in H2 paint go to retrieve a grain train at Ulen. It would have been an awesome chase south along the drifted over branch... (more)
Three dash-9's idle away while they wait for their unit grain train to get loaded.
BNSF 4617 Rolls down the Loop with a Northbound Manifest
BNSF 4617 leads a southbound grain train of new logo earthworm grain cars across the Mississippi delta near the Tunica county line.
BNSF 4617 leads a southbound grain train of new logo earthworm grain cars past the entrance to the new CSX/CNIC intermodal yard.
The reason I love the Mississippi River valley.