Freighter of BNSF Railway with Dash 9 locomotive No.4717 in front moves over Fox River and quickly through the BNSF racetrack, originally part of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, throu... (more)
A single old Dash 9 powers this westbound autorack empty bound for KC from Northtown. Here the train crosses the Mighty Mississippi River between Quincy and West Quincy on the Brookfield. The trai... (more)
A veteran warbonnet brings up the rear of an eastbound grain train holding down the siding for an afternoon meet. This is just west of the famous swing-bridge over stunning Kootenai Falls between ... (more)
Oh, you're gonna put the red & silver one on the point of the O-train?
For all of the business trains that I've seen around Topeka over the years, this is the first one that I've ever se... (more)
A BNSF "Fakebonnet" leads Westbound CSX loaded oil train K138 through the SEPTA station area at Woodbourne, PA just before sunset on a warm summer evening. In typical CSX Trenton Line fa... (more)
BNSF "Fake Bonnet" leads K138 around the bend in the sweet morning sun
K138 passes a parked SEPTA set on its way through Woodbourne. Woodbourne is the weekend terminus of the West Trenton branch in order to facilitate trackwork for the passenger/freight separation p... (more)
K138 passes through one of the work zones for the passenger/freight separation project. A new track is being installed for exclusive freight use on the fresh roadbed to the right of the locomotiv... (more)
BNSF 4717, still sporting the classic red and silver paint scheme, leads this K138 through Voorheesville, NY.
The MYCAS blasts through the countryside just northeast of Tuscola, IL. The MYCAS has a colorful consist today, consisting of BNSF 4717, and KCS 3920.
BNSF 4717 and a CSX engine lead CP 472 East towards Bensenville.
A southbound BNSF manifest train was beginning the climb up the the top of the Palmer Divide near the station of Wolhurst
An eastbound stack train moving along on the BNSF Southern Transcon at the Bayport Ave. bridge near Ethyl, MO.