A Pair of Elephants Walking Backwards - A pair of GE's from the Barstow Power Pool push the rear of a westbound stack train along Interstate 40 towards Barstow California.
Snaking out of Sullivan's Curve and past Cajon Junction, an eastbound BNSF Z train works upgrade in the afternoon heat through the chard hills following the massive Blue Cut Fire.
Freshly painted 6820 leads two sister SD40-2s and a pair of Santa Fe SD45-2s east towards Marias Pass on a pleasant fall day.
The Deadliest Catch guys sometime say "stick and stay and make it pay." That's what I did on Monday at Luverne. After waiting in the sun with seemingly every insect on the hillside trying to eat... (more)
The uniformity of an empty grain train gleams in the morning sunlight. This empty is east of Wyaconda rolling east towards Galesburg and points north.
The new paint of BNSF 6820 and team glows with the bright sunrise.
An eastbound gets rolling out of Napier Jct. on the BNSF St. Joseph Sub. behind a pair of GEs. The rear end of the train is in the background above the power.
A morning in the BNSF Yard in Denver
The skies have brightened enough to give a glimpse of the surrounding peaks as the Essex Helpers have arisen from their slumber and pulled up to the east end of the yard in anticipation of pushing... (more)
A classic SD40-2 helper set is shoving hard on a stack train at Johnson's Curve.
Done pushing, now helping in dynamic braking, a pair of SD40-2s work as Essex helpers.
A helper set waits at Grizzly Siding for its next assignment, a westbound general freight.