Milepost 12 on the BNSF Scenic Sub was once known as the 'Million Dollar Mile', but it's a name that has been lost to time. The name does not come from the many nice houses that make for no wrong... (more)
The 623 Shuttle job switches cars at Ironsides in the early evening.
A couple GEs lead a baretable train up the Harbor Sub.
BNSF's 623 Watson Shuttle brings a train of baretables from LAXT on Terminal Island to the pair of sidings at Ironsides on the Harbor Sub for short term storage.
BNSF 7387 (ES44DC) tries to outrun the turbulent storm that has brought heavy hail and rain to Castle Rock, Colorado.
A Watson Shuttle with baretables climbs the grade to the Normandy overpass (which also used to take the tracks over the Pacific Electric). They are seen passing a suburban oil well field. Many cit... (more)
A Watson Shuttle with baretables for temporary storage are passing by Watson Yard (way in the back). They will take the cars a few more yards and then break their train in half for storage until n... (more)
Ever since the Alameda Corridor opened, all jobs west of Hobart are yard or shuttle jobs on the BNSF. Here we see a baretable in the form of the 623 shuttle pulling a string of flats off of Termin... (more)
Heading Towards the Storm A late season monsoon has formed over Peach Springs while a hot high priority intermodal train races towards it as it goes through Hackberry on its way to Texas.
Two GEVO's lead a Wichita, KS to Laurel, MT Boeing Airplane Train with three 737 Fuselages that can be seen near Berthoud, CO. The train is going to the Boeing Assembly Plant in Washington.
A baretable train ducks beneath the intermediate signal bridge at MP241 on the Marceline Subdivision in some nice, golden evening sunlight.