BNSF ES44C4 6760 plus 6 units heading west at Blue Cut, Cajon Pass.
A westbound BNSF stack train, with three Boeing fuselages up front, curves into Lombard, Montana, on July 5, 2018.
UP's Strang Sub is the remants of the Houston Belt & Terminal and hosts many railroads, including the BNSF. Train Y HOU1851 22 is seen here crossing Bray's Bayou on it's way from HB&T South Yard ... (more)
An eastbound stack train from Fort Madison to Logistics Park passes under the signal bridges at Toluca.
We'll get there eventually...A ten hour late Amtrak Southwest Chief makes a daylight appearance in Crozier Canyon as it snakes along the canyon walls with the help of two BNSF locomotives. ... (more)
The Super Moon Eclipse begins to rise over the Colorado Plateau as a heavy Los Angeles Harbor bound stack train slowly climbs the 1.5% grade at Angell.
Two SD40-2s idle near the west end of Lubbock yard, awaiting assignment. The snoot 6770 was completed in November 1979, serial number 786223-2, as AT&SF 5111, housing RCE remote (slave) equipment... (more)
BNSF 6770 meets a westbound stack train before proceeding east.
Two Yellow Bonnets are a welcome site on a line dominated with orange and green Dash 9s!
A nice pair of Bluebonnets, lead by 6770, lead an eastbound stack train through Ransom.
A pair of Santa Fe SD40-2's prepare to descend Edelstein hill & into the Illinois River valley.