BNSF ES44C4 7036 leads a westbound stack train across the Natural Crossover, just west of Frost on BNSF's Cajon Sub.
After a proceed signal is given an eastbound empty oil train begins to plow snow as it leaves the siding at Scenic.
After picking up the crew from a westbound grain train that tied down in Miami, a westbound stack train accelerates westbound on the Panhandle Subdivision enroute to a crew change in Amarillo
A quiet evening finds a father and son watching trains as the GE test train heads back west to the plant with a brand new BNSF locomotive leading the way.
A pair of GEs take stacks through Blue Cut. The name of this location derives from the unique color of the rocks found alongside the railroad right of way.
An SD40-2 and GP38-2 have arrived in East Moline to assemble a combine train to take east. The conductor is checking for car numbers.