Snow showers coat the grass near Larkspur, Colorado as BNSF 5692 (AC4400CW) leads an empty coal train back to Denver.
An early September snowstorm has blanketed the hills around Greenland, Colorado, providing a wintery backdrop for BNSF 5692 (AC4400CW) leading a northbound empty coal.
GE locomotives in three different BNSF paint schemes lead an eastbound coal empty through the curves leaving Winston, Montana, on the afternoon of June 25, 2019.
BNSF 5692 leads a loading coal train at the North antelope mine loadout loop, while BNSF 5662 rolls a loaded train south at Converse Jct. on the Joint Line of the Powder River Basin. This location... (more)
Three GEs lead coal empties downgrade on Bozeman Pass passing through some very scenic Montana countryside.
Over thirty-four thousand horsepower fight gravity, curvature and trailing tonnage to lift 17,842 tons of Montana's finest black diamonds over the 2.2% grade of the Northern Pacific route over Mul... (more)
13,200 ponies from three big GE's claw West up the 2.2% grade of Mullan Pass; but not with the help of four manned Montana Rail Link SD70ACe's cut in two-thirds of the way back and a single BNSF A... (more)
Older AC power put the horses to work as they drag loaded coal up the Palmer Divide. This train would stop and wait in The Sag for a northbound to clear off of the single-track main between Palme... (more)
As a GE AC shoves on the rear of a coal load, an empty waits on the Bluff Line for the southbound to clear.
CN crew picking up empty coal at IEI. Engines have been sitting for 3 days witch could explain the smoke
The Sante Fe bridge goes over the BN at Cameron.