An Eastbound BNSF manifest train is seen tackling the 1.8 percent grade up Marias Pass passing snow sheds 6 and 5 in an area known as Snowslip.
A Westbound BNSF ballast train is seen crossing the Spokane River coming into Spokane, Washington.
A storm with blizzard winds and three fee of snow socked the Colorado Front Range, frosting these BNSF power units while they wait for their respective orders.
BNSF 6300 & 9119 lead westbound empties.
BNSF 6300 West climbs the east slope of Marias Pass.
Under some awesome storm light, BNSF 6300 passes the ex-ATSF cantilever signal guarding Canyon Junction. The train will cross over both mains to make the turn east up the Plainview Sub.
Rush Island coal loads move south on the TRRA under the Martin Luther King Bridge
A colorful combination of BNSF 6300 and BNSF 156 lead a southbound local out of Ardmore for the quick trip back to Gainesville (TX). The 6300 was originally classified as a SD40u but was de-rated ... (more)