Late in the afternoon, a workman inspects B-unit No. 7198, as well as the SD40-2s on either side of it, before they return to work on the hump.
A C4 GEVO leads an H-train with Boeing cars on the head-end. The train is moving down the Terminal in Kansas City's West Bottoms.
A jet trailer train, a rare sight to see since the introduction of UPS double stack containers, hustles out of Crozier Canyon towards Kingman as it follows Route 66 for majority of the way into to... (more)
This short local train is moving across the flood plain near West Alton, Missouri on the BNSF Hannibal Sub.
BNSF 7198, 4441, 8240, & 8057 sprint west on the point of an intermodal train.
On a clear February afternoon in the Mojave Desert, BNSF 7198 is nearing East Siberia on its climb to the summit at Ash Hill. The site is near the former railroad location of Trojan.
The westbound stack train is at Bagdad, in the heart of California's Mojave Desert, and is about to start working its way up to the summit at Ash Hill.
With its fresh paint gleaming in the late afternoon sun, BNSF 7198 leads a westbound stack train out of Amboy, mid-way in its trip across the Mojave Desert.
One of BNSF's two A-B-A SD40-2 sets that works Galesburg Yard sits next to the hump while the other set pushes cars over it.