At sunset on September 30, 2014, an eastbound BNSF grain train thunders along the shore of the Clark Fork at of Trout Creek, Montana.
BNSF 6617 leads the Amtrak Southwest Chief #3 across the Mojave Desert some 8+ hours late...
Running well over 9 hours off of its advertised schedule, train #3 the westbound Southwest Chief puts in a rare daylight appearance out in the desert as it approaches Ludlow with a BNSF unit lendi... (more)
Running over nine hours late, Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief makes a rare daylight run across the northwestern Arizona region as it gets some help from a BNSF locomotive.
A Late Southwest Chief - [Plate 550] - Running nine hours late, the Southwest Chief (Amtrak Train #3) rolls past Pilgrim Hill on Main #3 in the Cajon Pass on it's way to San Bernardino.
BNSF 6617 leads a nearly 9 hour late westbound Southwest Chief down off Ash Hill.
Rumbling westward on the Montana Rail Link, a BNSF stack train curves through Lombard Canyon west of Lombard, Montana, on June 17, 2014.
After waiting at the North Portal for Balmer Yard to find room for the train, the yard master notified the train that they have room and the train proceeded through the downtown waterfront to ente... (more)
A Willow Springs, IL to Phoenix, AZ intermodal train charges up the Arizona Divide as thunderstorm leaves the area.
A BNSF freight heads across the Clark Fork at Bridge 57 west of Trout Creek, Montana, at 7:58 a.m. on the morning of May 20, 2011. Leading the train is a new General Electric ES44C4.
After a long wait near Oro Grande, BNSF decided to run some trains. This Westbound lead by the 6617 was the first in a half dozen trains to be seen within the next hour.
BNSF Railway ES44C4 6617 at the railroad's Commerce engine facility.
An EB "Z" train heads east past the Chana station sign for Chicago from the PNW.
An EB "Z" train heads east for Chicago from the PNW.