On a beautiful and calm afternoon of September 22, 2009, a westbound BNSF grain train reflects in the Missouri River as it traces its banks through Lombard Canyon just west of Lombard, Montana.
Early on a Saturday morning, a southbound BNSF manifest crosses a concrete trestle a half mile south of where Tower 60 used to stand.
Mount Hood is out as BNSF No.5485 rounds into Avery with a Mixed Manifest on a very calml Northwest morning.
Passing a Union Pacific freight in the siding at Rocky, Colorado, is an eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe business train on June 10, 2001. The train is returning from a trip to Parachute, Col... (more)
BNSF 5485 leads two CSX motors and a lengthy manifest across Union Pacific's Geneva Subdivision just west of Morrison, Illinois. I can't imagine the gentleman of this household not being a railfan... (more)
A westbound BNSF grain train rolls through Lombard Siding on Montana Rail Link's 2nd Subdivision. The mighty Missouri River is like glass on this beautiful early Fall day.
This westbound manifest has a mixed bag of BNSF and NS power, as it travels through Pine Junction, on the NS, ex-NYC mainline.
A ballast train bound for the flood-threatened trackage between Devils Lake and Churchs Ferry, ND, rolls into Grand Forks. The train will receive a new power and crew at FO Switch before continuin... (more)
An empty coal train creeps by a late running MOAY (Mohawk- Ayer intermodal) at Buckland.
A pair of BNSF GE's lead a empty coal train west on Guilford Rail System trackage through the Berkshire Hills at Zoar.
A pair of BNSF Dash 9's lead an empty coal train west through the southern tip of Vermont on Guilford Rail System trackage. The train will be handed off to CP at Mohawk Yard in NY, then eventually... (more)
Stacks from Seattle, WA snake through Elk River heading for Chicago, IL.
West bound BNSF 5485 heads out of Bowie, TX on the old FWD. This train is enroute from Alliance, TX to Amarillo where it will get on the transcon.
CSX late afternoon eastbound at Great Cacapon with colorful BNSF leader