BNSF6414 & 8852 with westbound empties on the Ravenna Subdivision.
BNSF 6414 eases coal empties eastbound through orchards near Peshastin, WA about a half hour west of its next crew change at Wenatchee. Blossoms were in peak bloom on April 28 this spring.
A quick dusting of snow has blanketed the Arizona Divide on a mid-February morning. Here at Darling, a high priority intermodal train blast out of the sag and head down grade to Winslow for a crew... (more)
At the last bit of light during this cold evening, you can see trails of coal dust coming off of the long string of loaded hoppers as CSX Z608-09 (NS 734) come round Nickajack Lake (MP J-130.1 Nic... (more)
A late spring snow storm dumped 6 to 8 inches along the Front Range of Colorado and caught this ES44AC pulling an empty coal train into the Denver Yard. Within two days most of the snow had melte... (more)