"Snakes in the Grass"
Loaded oil train K162-05 snakes its way through the backside of Oak Island Yard via CP Stock with a pair of BNSF GEs destined for the Eddystone, P... (more)
BNSF 6884 brings up the rear of a westbound train of frac sand.
More static power at Vulcan Materials. All Frisco Trains keep their power here for a few days before leaving back north on the return trip.
Days appear to be numbered for these signals as they are split by an eastbound BNSF stack train.
A new ES44C4 heads east.
4 brand new BNSF ES44C4's lead the Q-CHILAC1-06K westbound as the train is about to enter Abo Canyon. These units are on their maiden run west after being delivered to the BNSF 3 days prior.
It was really nice to see a trio of SD40-2s on a BNSF mainline train again.After months of using 4 axle GEs, the West Quincy MO to North St. Louis local is again using dueces.
BNSF 6884 is in helper service for a stack train heading up BNSF main 1 as it meets BNSF 5362 leading a baretabel down BNSF main 2 on a foggy morning in the pass.