BNSF 7429 North, a train of wind turbine blades on 89-foot flatcats with one GE on each end, heads through downtown Temple where the Ft. Worth Sub and the Lampasas Sub are merged into one.
Eastbound Z train passes the big Sierra Grain Terminal near Turlock Ca.
Eastbound Trailers rounds the horseshoe at Copper Canyon Rd.
A westbound stack train climbs the grade out of the Brush Creek bottom west of Ethel on the BNSF Marceline Subdivsion.
BNSF ES44DC #7429 and another GEVO head over Cajon Pass at Sullivan's Curve as a power move. The two units are heading to the L.A. Basin to assist a stack train.
BNSF ES44DCs #7429 and #7787 run light over Cajon Pass at Sullivan's Curve. This pair of GEVOs would later be seen shoving a stack train east at Swarthout Canyon Rd.
Late in the afternoon, a string of GEs basks in the light of the low sun not far from the east end of the yard.
Passing the Santa Fe Searchlight Intermediates at Atherton-Sibley Road is a BNSF trailer train screaming towards Kansas City.
On a fine, summer evening, the BNSF 7429 is bound for the west coast.
It's easy to see where the nickname worm train comes from as these grain empties head through Kerkhoven.
A grain train glides east behind a trio of GE's