A westbound BNSF grain train rolls along the Columbia River and through one of the numerous tunnels near Lyle, WA with a single GE C44-9W as the distributed power unit. [June 2018]
With Oregon's Mount Hood dominating the background (over 45 miles to the west) a BNSF loaded grain train snakes its way though the Columbia River Gorge near Maryhill, Washington.
Still in its Warbonnet paint, BNSF 706 leads a manifest off of the Marion Branch and past the soon to fall NYC signal bridge at CP 412 on Norfolk Southern's Chicago Line.
Break in the clouds and rain over Whitefish MT just in time for a Warbonnet.
An eastbound BNSF stack train negotiates the reverse curves at North Guam as it climbs toward the Continental Divide.
After doubling over and getting an air test, the evening SSECHC starts it's trip east, pulling out of South Seattle onto Main 1.
Ethanol loads heads east towards Linden, New Jersy.
An eastbound stack train behind two new C-Cs speeds toward Chicago after crossing the Arizona - New Mexico border.
Westbound Intermodal at dusk
BNSF 706 leads this NS northbound up Braswell Mountain