Curving over the mouth of Coal Creek Canyon, Colorado, is a westbound BNSF coal train on Union Pacific’s Moffat Tunnel Subdivision on July 28, 2001.
In this busy city scene, empty oil train K055-20 exits the western portal of the Howard St tunnel, and passes the Hamburg St MTA light rail station, as the lead unit approaches Baileys Wye.
This southbound stack train from the former BN at Eola, advances up to West Bridge Junction where it will await permission onto the former Santa Fe to Logistics Park. The pair of Dash 9's are cros... (more)
An amazing lashup rolls by with SEVEN GP60Bs trailing on the V-CHCTAC. I wonder where those GP60Bs are going, anyone know?
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A westbound climbs the step grade at Klondike taking the huge S curve towards Ash Hill.
A westbound stack train makes it's way up the steep grade from Siberia into Klondike.
with numbers 896 and 507 wait to proceed with an eastbound manifest as a westbound intermodal passes by led by 660 and 4890.
BNSF heads down through Swarthout Cyn. approaching Blue Cut.
BNSF 4887 leads the I-ATLA (KCS), which originated as NS 23E, as it approaches the east end of Pelahatchie.
Westbound Intermodal gets a Highball for Arkansas.
Westbound Intermodal crosses Kentucky Street.
BNSF Westbound Vehicle Train at Cosnino, Az. on BNSF'S Seligman Sub with a Heritage 2 C44-9W leading a BN Cacade Green SD40-2 & a Warbonnet C40-8W