"In Enemy Territory" The J.R. Davis Yard in Roseville, California is the stronghold of the Union Pacific Railroad. As one of the largest classification yards in the west, dozens ... (more)
BNSF 4707 is the lead unit on this Provo to Stockton manifest as it awaits a new crew at Roseville.
A colorful BNSF Railway grain empty towers above the railroad themed Tie Fork Rest Stop in Spanish Fork Canyon on Dec. 27, 2013.
A BNSF Railway grain train curves along the Price River at Kyune via trackage rights on UP's Provo Subdivision.
A BNSF grain train ducks under the classic Rio Grande era signal bridge at West Helper.
A BNSF Railway grain empty emerges from the Thistle Tunnels via trackage rights on UP's Provo Subdivision.
A BNSF Railway grain train climbs east through Spanish Fork Canyon at Castilla.
A colorful BNSF grain empty climbs east through Spanish Fork Canyon via trackage rights on UP's Provo Subdivision.
BNSF reroute passing through on the Union Pacific Valley Subdivision near Castella, Ca with Castle Crags in the background.
With the Castle Crags as a backdrop a BNSF train detours down the Sacramento River Valley on Union Pacific rails.
A cleen Warbonnet leads a Southbound through Caliente in the late afternoon.
power for the westbound garbage train passes through the tunnel below the Lake Chamberlain rest stop as the rest of the train is strung out over the causeway all the way back to the town of Lyle.
BNSF 4707 makes the climb up the grueling Tehachapi grade. The train will soon enter tunnel #2 and make its way into Bealville.
BNSF 4707 glistens in the sunlight as the train snakes through the canyon approaching Caliente.