BNSF ES44DC 7356 leads a hot Z9 down Cajon Pass.
A BNSF tank snake, probably empty, pulls out of Willard Yard into the sunset on its way back home.
A colorful mix of BNSF locomotives in 3 different paint schemes haul empty crude oil tank cars westbound through Barberton Ohio, along the CSX New Castle Subdivision
A 4 pack of GE's lead doublestacks through a cut near Rowen.
One of the easiest trains to have for BNSF crews out of Los Angeles is the Z WSPLAC9. It is one of the highest priority trains on the BNSF system. Today, BNSF 7356 is in charge of this hot Silver... (more)
Two NS units assist an ES44DC with an eastbound train as they roar onto the bridge at Luverne, ND.