Rolling off Metrolink's 5½-mile-long Olive Sub and onto Metrolink's Orange Sub is BNSF Railway train H-BARSDG, a (supposedly) High Priority freight heading from Barstow to San Diego. At this poi... (more)
Bnsf 7003 sit's waiting for a crew which is the H-GALMEM. Meanwhile a loaded coal departs the yard as C-NAMNMA and to the right is the H-BLYGAL.
BNSF 7003 leads a westbound stacker through Kingman Canyon.
This westbound stack train is negotiating a small piece of mountain railroading in Missouri known as Cardy Hill. This hilly area has grades up to 1.8 percent. This shot was taken at Hwy. Z.
Forsyth's "Howdy Hotel" provides an interesting backdrop as this mix of older power awaits a new crew before heading east.
BNSF 7003 leads an eastbound doublestack train between Tunnels 7 and 8, as seen from the rest area off of Highway 14 west of Lyle.
A pair of green machines pull westbound containers through the Belmont plant. Scanned from ISO 200 print film.
Here's the way it used to be...Two BN green SD40-2s on an intermodal. The second one is FURX, though.
Two SD40-2's BN 7003 and FURX 8127 lead a very colorful Stack Train West.