BNSF 6100 (ES44AC) leans into the elevated curve at Keenesburg, Colorado.
BNSF 6100 (ES44AC) leads a load of oil cans towards Keenesburg, Colorado. Snow from the night before has frosted the tank cars and blanketed the Colorado Front Range.
Too late for Christmas but four inches of fresh snow along with some sunshine is a welcome sight in Minnesota after weeks of cloudy weather. Here the BNSF 6100 leads a east bound coal train on t... (more)
An empty coal train heads west to be re-loaded.
The chasemobile rests while in the backround what appears to be a ballast cleaning train waits to be photographed.
After doing yard duty in Wisconsin this unit has moved to yard work in Spokane, note the flag on the nose.
Rare and well kept BNSF SD9 #6100 and a EMDX GP38-2 roll westbound through Lockport with M-IHBGAL. SD9s are very rare out of yard service.
It must have really been my day! The sun pops as this sweet rebuilt SD9 highballs westward through Lockport, accompanied by an EMDX GP38-2.
An SD9 pulled from yard service heads west with 11 various NREX EMD's.
Control stand of the BNSF 6100.
BNSF 6100, NREX 7511, NREX 6498, NREX 5080, NREX 258, NREX 5465, NREX 5087, NREX 783, NREX 5774, NREX 5706, NREX 6483, NREX 224.
My first attempt of night photography.
Remote control unit working yard
Note the Flag on the noxe
East Local heads east out of La Crosse. The trailing Dome Car with boarded -up windows may be heading to the WSOR interchange at Crawford (my best guess!). (Canon EOS20D, 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM)