BNSF Train C-SXMRBG2-55F snakes its way along the banks of the Columbia River near the town of Trinidad which is just to the west of Quincy Washington. The barren hills of this part of central Was... (more)
At the end of hot July day, coal loads roll across the trestle above Fish Creek, following the Clark Fork to Sandpoint and beyond.
Running wrong main because of MOW, BNSF 6669 leads a westbound freight down through Kingman Canyon on the normal Eastbound main.
A lonely grain elevator stands tall in the background as a manifest with a hodgepodge mix of power rolls east towards Panhandle on the BNSF Panhandle Sub
BNSF 6669 leads a Z1 through Kingman Canyon as it heads west to Needles.
A Kansas City to San Bernardino Z1 rolls through the down hill grade at Kingman with one of newer ES44C4 on the point.
BNSF 6669, one of the new ES44C4 bought by BNSF, pulls its short Z train around the S curve through Kingman Canyon on a clear Wednesday morning.