Some of the most beautiful scenery in Colorado is the area between Sedalia and Palmer Lake, Colorado. Here BNSF 7008 (ES44C4) leads a loaded coal over the Santa Fe Bridge and a creek in Larkspur,... (more)
BNSF 7008 (ES44C4) leads a mixed freight over the Santa Fe Bridge at Larkspur as it runs south on the Joint Line.
BNSF 7008 (ES44C4) muscles a loaded coal train past some rock formations at Palmer Lake, Colorado.
BNSF 7008 (ES44C4) leads a long freight up the grade between Greenland and Palmer Lake, Colorado. The train has to climb 571 feet in just over 5 miles.
Idling quietly on Track 15 of Los Angeles Union Station, BNSF 7008 looks a bit out of place as it prepares to depart east on the rear of a Metrolink test train. To the left, one of the many Metrol... (more)
A quartet of GEVO's rush BNSF Train Z SBDWSP6 22A past West Baring and the former Santa Fe signals on the BNSF Marceline Sub. Time is running out for these former ATSF searchlights, which are the... (more)
BNSF 7008 leads a Z train under the classic Santa Fe searchlights at West Baring, MO.
The family edition of the annual BNSF Christmas train races back towards San Bernardino, passing under the signals at Verdemont behind a nice looking C4.
An annual tradition in southern California is BNSF Railway's California Division Christmas Train. The train, operated for local childrens' charities (Boys and Girls Clubs, Shriners Childrens Hosp... (more)
After changing ends on the Azusa/Irvindale border, BNSF 7008 leads the Christmas Train back east through Glendora along the former Second District.
Nearing the west end of the old Glendora siding, BNSF's Christmas train heads west along the old Pasadena Subdivision.
BNSF's Christmas train heads west along the ex ATSF Second District main as it passes Eucla Ave on San Dimas.
BNSF's 2013 Southern California Christmas Train makes its way up Cajon Pass on main 3. The train will crossover to main 2 at Summit and return to San Bernardino.
BNSF 7008 leads this eastbound intermodal into Riverbank on the Stockton Sub.
BNSF 7008 and MRL 252 are at Summit, near the top of Marias Pass with eastbound racks.