The Great Northern lives, sort of. You just don't see many signs like this anymore. The orange diesel rolling past is also a nice nod to the history of this line.
A BNSF Officers Special knocks down the clear signal at the MP 722.1 double set of semaphores east of Wagon Mound, NM on the cloudy afternoon of 7/16/13.
2 BNSF C44-9W's lead a officers special through the east end of Chapelle, NM on 7/16/13. This train had officers aboard as they inspected the Glorieta and Raton subs before overnighting in La Junt... (more)
West of Clovis finds this westbound Auto train with a mix of tanks thrown in as it begins its journey across the Clovis Sub to Belen.
CSX train Q393 has a interesting set of power in this shot. A BNSF C44-9W leading, with a leased SD60, and a pair of brand new BNSF ES44C4's, numbers 6760 and 6761.
Leading an eastbound stack train on the NS mainline.