BNSF 6672 leads 2 NS units, the 3rd being the LV Heritage unit as they lead the QLACAUG through Kingman Canyon.
The NS Nickel Plate Road heritage unit trails behind a BNSF C4 and a rebuilt AC44C6M on a New York to Los Angeles intermodal train as it slowly makes its way into town to be fueled and inspected.
A BNSF stack train exits tunnel 10, on a summer morning a few years back when the construction of the double tracking was in progress around tunnel 10 above the Tehachapi Loop.
A pair of ES44AC's ease BNSF Train S LHGLPC1 17A east through Zarah, a former Santa Fe station site in suburban Kansas City.
Locomotives: BNSF 6672, BNSF 6796
Brand-new ES44C4s 6672 and 6673 (with 6671 and 6670 as DPU) are on their first run west, leading a stack train from Logistics Park, near Joliet, Illinois to Long Beach, California. The speed is ... (more)
Enjoying the view above Kingman, the trains seem to be in N scale from this vantage point.
BNSF 6672 & BNSF 6673 up front. BNSF 6671 & BNSF 6670 bring up the rear with 91 Loads, 10,468 Tons, 8127 Feet. All four C4’s are on their maiden trip west. Photographed at 16:23.