An 11,142-foot intermodal train, running just 37 hours 13 minutes late, passes through the station of Prado Dam, named for the adjacent Prado Dam (visible above the freeway signs on the lef... (more)
A BNSF ES44AC and a BCOL Dash 9 sit on a non-priority stack train that has occupied an arrival track in Hobart Yard for 12 hours already, and will for another 12 hours at least, as the yard is plu... (more)
Nearly two hours after BNSF train Q-NWHLAC6-30 stopped about six-miles east of Summit, due to chronic Positive Train Control (PTC) and Trip Optimizer programming failures, the train arrives at Caj... (more)
Adjacent to the Santa Ana River’s Prado Dam is the "station" named Prado Dam. At one time it was in rural Riverside County, at the eastern end of Santa Ana Canyon, in which the Santa Fe... (more)
As Union Pacific train UP F-ILBDV01-04I, with UP ES44AC 7760 as the rear Distributed Power Unit (DPU), grinds up Cajon Pass, BNSF Railway train Q-NWHLAC6-30 pops out from behind it on another main... (more)
After a series of stops due to issues with the locomotives’ Positive Train Control (PTC) and Trip Optimizer programming, BNSF train Q-NWHLAC6-30 was able to get the systems working all right and t... (more)
BNSF Railway train Q-NWHLAC6-30 leans into a curve as it heads west toward Cajon Pass. BNSF ES44AC 5750 and British Columbia Railway Dash 9-44CW 4653 are leading this 11,142-foot long intermodal ... (more)
Westbound Z train west of Cooks in the Columbia River Gorge.
Helpers on Evaro! Due to a derailment on the 4th Subdivision west of Missoula the previous day in which Boeing fuselages fell into the Clark Fork River, on Independence Day several heavy trains we... (more)
Airplanes afloat... for now! In just a few hundred miles, these airplanes will making national news, byswimming in the Clark Fork River as a result of a Montana Rail Link derailment.
A BNSF freight train break out from a tornado warned thunderstorm.
Easing under the signals at the 43rd Ave bridge with an empty East River Road behind them...
A lonely BNSF with the new logo painted on it sits in the yard.
A new ES44AC leads an empty Palos coal train through the city of Memphis on its way back to Wyoming for another load.