With threatening skies looming in the background, BNSF 6674 eases its northbound Q train downgrade over the 1908-built bridge and into Rowen as the length of its double stack consist can be seen s... (more)
BNSF6674 lifts a westbound coal train around the horseshoe curve at Iron Ridge. The sun has just broke over the Ridge at 6:28AM. Note the Rear help above the headend power leaving Austin siding. T... (more)
A pair of GE ES44C4's bracket a standard ES44DC on the head of an eastbound double stack train. The "C4s" differ from normal ES44AC's in that they have A-1-A trucks and are so far unique to the BN... (more)
BNSF ES44C4 6674 crests Ash Hill summit on the head end of an eastbound double stack train. 6674 will now drift down the Needles Sub to Cadiz where it will begin the climb up Goffs Hill.
Waiting under a rainbow on a wild weather day in the Mojave Desert, BNSF 6674 is right up behind another Westbound at Martinez. This was the 2nd in a 10 train line up between Summit and Hesperia.