It's a gorgeous, but hot evening as BNSF C44-9W No. 5373 leads a loaded sand train from Eola, Illinois to Fort Collins, Colorado out of the city of Longmont as the train blows for the Vermillion R... (more)
A WB NS freight trains goes through the town of Momence over the UP Villa Grove Sub on a very nice spring day.
BNSF C44-9W #5363, KCS ES44AC #4797, and CITX SD9043MAC #118 provide power to a Westbound CP manifest as it passes the old Fleischman's Malting Company building in Red Wing, MN with Red Wing, MN's... (more)
BNSF 5363 leads a northbound general freight at the Cameron crossover as it heads for Tehachapi Pass in the late evening.
Westbound BNSF freight heads downgrade into Abo Canyon, Dash 9-44CW #5363 leading with heat pouring from the dynamic brake grids.
Westbound freight train has just crossed the UP Troy Grove Sub at Earlville as they make their way towards Galesburg, IL. This 4,700 foot train is making good time, but at Princeton they would cat... (more)
A short westbound freight train rolls west at sunset near Zearing. This is the 5th westbound running between Zearing and Buda due to heavy congestion at Galesburg slowing traffic up along with the... (more)
This hot BNSF stack train at track speed heads into the setting sun at Burr Ridge with two ex. Santa Fe C44-9w's and a CSX unit.
Eastbound stacks in the trench and under one of the old wooden bridges just east of Hawley. Not long after this train passed, C. Vision Productions arrived and got to catch some of the action on ... (more)
BNSF train Z-LACALT2-02 is in the charge of Dash 9-44CW 5363 and Norfolk Southern units (Dash 8-40C 8824, SD70M 2641, ES40DC 7660) as it passes through Santa Fe Springs, California, just a few mil... (more)
BNSF conductor gives the UP a roll by as the DPU units sail on by.
BNSF 5363 comes out from hiding under a heavy blanket of rain as it scoots westbound into Ash Fork.
A BNSF Birmingham to Kansas City freight, H BIRKCK1 25A, passes under the new signal bridge at the CN crossing on Broadway. Soon the stop signs will be gone and the signals will be operational.
BNSF 5363 emerges from Tunnel #2 with a westbound stack train on a clear April day.