A trio of BNSF Dash 9 locomotives arranged elephant style sit tied down on the Baxter Siding as they wait for a fresh crew to take this freight train to La Junta and points east.
Eastbound BNSF 4757 is running along the Wenatchee River after just passing thru Monitor, Wa., and is minutes away from Wenatchee, WA.
Where the Santa Fe ends and CTC begins In the late 1800s NA Junction was the interlocking location Missouri Pacific had to create with the Santa Fe when building into Colorado in 1887 sinc... (more)
Standing atop the now abandoned original Santa Fe right of way built in 1876, a short mixed freight train bound for Lubbock, Texas rides atop the AT&SF’s former competitor Missouri Pacific mainlin... (more)
After splitting the signals at MP 596.1, the uniquely painted BNSF 4757 speeds atop the former mainline of MoPac’s Horace S... (more)
A pair of GE Dash 9 model locomotives pull a relatively short train through the asymmetrical signals of the 596 milepost as this Lubbock bound freighter heads east to La Junta and then on towards ... (more)
BNSF stack train runs track speed past the former ATSF station in downtown Flagstaff that serves Amtrak today.
As the sun sets over Kansas City, a few left over storm clouds provide a nice dark backdrop for photos. Here 4 GE's lead a stack train west past KC Union Station.
BNSF 4757 eastbound at the MP 336 intermediate signal with a NS and a CSX engine in the consist.
BNSF Westbound Doublestack Train at Cosnino, Az. on BNSF'S Seligman Sub