One locomotive for each car! A very short Pikes Peak Local passes in front of the former DRGW Colorado Springs depot.
Gliding around the Pillars Of Lyle a loaded BNSF grain train heads toward Kalama, WA and its contents headed for export overseas.
Big Power and Lots of It. 10 of BNSFs GEs Lead a Shot Z Train East Toward Chicago as it passes through the Illinois Farmland on a chilly and windy Day in Mid March.
BNSF 6920 leads the Z-CHCPTL by The Dalles Dam River Lock as they chase the setting sun after a 96 degree day in the Columbia River Gorge. Taken during the 1st Annual Hotrail in the Gorge railfan ... (more)
The Lonely Little Local. A tiny Pikes Peak Local makes its way north into Castle Rock on its way to Big Lift to pick up 30 more cars. More info at Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: EMD SD40-2Location: Castle Rock, Colorado, USALocomotive #: BNSF 6920Train ID: Pikes Peak LocalPhoto Date: June 22, 2010
A faded nose herald does nothing to change the fact that it's still cool to see an SD40-2 on the point on a Class I mainline, even if it is leading a one-car local north toward Denver.
The Pikes Peak Local breezes northbound bound for Big Lift with a lone covered hopper. It's always nice to catch an SD40-2 on the Joint Line, even with a giant faded red patch on the long hood!
Today's 145 has new Iowa Interstate GEVO's still in primer, from the information I could gather, they will be numbered 505 and 511. Also in the consist would be six GE frames on flatcars bound for... (more)
NS 145 doubles back to its train after making a set out. In the consist today are six truckless frames on flatcars from GE, and two primered units rumored to be Iowa Interstate 505 and 511.