Late afternoon in Montana’s Lombard Canyon, a westbound BNSF grain train passes the west switch of Lombard siding on July 3, 2018.
Here it is! A westbound freight! The sign is for the famous Jack Rabbit Trading Post, located on old Route 66 not far from Winslow, Ariz. A westbound BNSF freight rolls by.
Westbound BNSF Denver to Barstow train HDVBA was passing the still active semaphore signals at the west siding switch Levy.
A trio of A1A-trucked motors leads a huge 3+2-powered train of double stacks (with only one container missing) past the appropriately named Sand Hill, just to the west of Ludlow.
A stack train snakes west through Kingman Canyon.
Climbing upgrade near Bagdad on the Needles Sub, BNSF 7080 will be in run 8 all the way to the Summit at Ash Hill.
After taking the siding at Amboy for a fleet of hotter trains to pass, BNSF 7080 West is again on the move as it climbs out of Amboy.
One of BNSF's newest ES44C4's leads its westbound train of double stack containers through the sweeping curves at Siberia as it makes its way across the Needles Sub.