Dozens of BNSF units lie in the deadline in Galveston. A number of standard cab Dash 8s and newer Genset engines can be found here.
An older generation standard cab wearing the H-1 paint scheme leads a local out of the Voltz Mixing Center and past a classic searchlight signal.
NS D70 passes through the Minneville community behind a BNSF B40-8 and a BNSF SD40-2, both of which are sporting BNSF's Heritage I paint scheme.
NS D70 departs the Voltz Mixing Center behind a BNSF B40-8 and a BNSF SD40-2, both of which are sporting BNSF's Heritage I paint scheme.
BNSF 580, a B40-8 in H1, leads a transfer from Knoche to Argentine. The train is seem coming up off the incline from the KC Metro Sub onto the KCT north-south corridor in Kansas City's West Bottom... (more)
BNSF 580 leads a transfer out of Knoche Yard. The train will hop on the UP Metro Sub into the West Bottoms before turning south on the KCT to get back to Argentine.
BNSF 580 leads a BNSF SD40-2 and a pair of UP SD40N's west toward 18th St Yard from UP's Neff Yard.
NS D70 is almost back into the yard limits of Argentine since we last saw it. This daily train originates at the NS Voltz ya... (more)
The daily NS to BNSF transfer train of auto racks is patiently waiting for a signal to head back towards Argentine after picking up this load of automobiles from the NS Voltz auto mixing center ju... (more)
NS D70 waits at Avondale Yard for clearance to proceed railroad-west across the Missouri River and deliver their autoracks to BNSF.
A renumbered B40-8 sits tight at the Argentine Yard, waiting for a crew.
Clipping along at 50+MPH, the Employee Appreciation Special will soon have to slow to 30MPH approuching Wickenburg.