A heavily powered eastbound manifest takes its time moving downhill at Bison, Montana. The mountains in the scene are actually in the southern part of Glacier National Park.
After working through brake problems at Elsberry this unit ballast train heads west to St. Louis on the BNSF Hannibal Sub.
BNSF 7282 leads a westbound train down Cajon Pass on BNSF main 2 as it passes through the area where tunnel 2 used to be.
BNSF 7282 crosses Skyline Trestle with an "Earth Worm" Grainer for the West Coast.
Rounding Tunnel #2 [2012 Solstice Study +1] - A BNSF double stack train rolls down the grade near Alray at the site of former tunnel #2 in the Cajon Pass.
A quartet of elephants leads westbound stacks through Kingman Canyon.
A westbound Z train heads through the long cut just west of the Colorado River crossing at Topock.
A short, hot westbound Z marches across the Mojave Desert on a beautiful September afternoon.
The BNSF 7282 West climbs out of Siberia and heads for Klondike on main 1 as it climbs Ash Hill on the BNSF Needles Subdivision with the Bullion and Sheephole Mountains providing a backdrop.
BNSF 7282 leads a westbound manifest freight over the
former BN at Cameron Illinois.
Rails shine in front of BNSF 7282 as it heads west moments before the sun pops up over the horizon.