Hotshot Willow Springs to San Bernardino Z rolls hard towards KC on the Marceline Sub. Here the train passes one of the few remaining ex-Santa Fe signal bridges left on the Marceline near Floyd at... (more)
An eastbound BNSF Z train cruises along the Wenatchee River at Dryden, Washington, on BNSF’s route over Stevens Pass on September 21, 2016.
BNSF 6874 holds at Eola yard with a westbound manifest.
A visiting Norfolk Southern, a Cascade Green BN unit and a yellow track maintenance unit spice up an otherwise orange colored BNSF engine servicing facility.
BNSF 6874 leads a quintet of power on an eastbound Z train out of South Seattle as it pops out of a tunnel and curves above Crater Lake on the upper side of Trinidad Loop about 25 miles east of We... (more)
A BNSF eastbound Z train cruises along the Wenatchee River near the confluence of Peshastin Creek just west of Dryden, WA. The train is about 25 minutes out of Wenatchee where it will change crews... (more)
Cruising along the basalt cliffs above Crater Lake between Trinidad and Quincy, Washington, is an eastbound BNSF Z train on the afternoon of September 21, 2016. The train is climbing a grade out o... (more)
The Phoenix Flyer charges towards the summit of the Arizona Divide (7,335ft.) as it rolls through the Coconino National Forest in Flagstaff.
Westbound intermodal train crossing Canyon Diablo.
A wintry reminder that winter is right around the corner as a westbound BNSF stack train continues along the Puget Sound after a overnight rare snow storm dumped a layer of snow throughout the reg... (more)
2 Trains Parked side by side in Maiden Rock. This is quite uncommon since this is BNSF's northern Transcon route, but it did make for a nice photo opportunity.
Early morning finds this eastbound Z running wrong main to get around a slower manifest running ahead.
BNSF 6874 sports her Santa Fe blue and yellow paint job leading the Southbound BNSF Warm Springs Local past the Hayward "AmShack".
A BNSF detour train heads south on the UP's Shasta Line. This was a common sight durring the spring and summer of 2001, as BNSF was doing a large amount of work on their Hi Line between K Falls an... (more)