BNSF 7434 (ES44DC) leads a freight through the tight 180 degree turn in Coal Creek Canyon.
This train has a Heritage I, Heritage II, Heritage III and a Warbonnet pulling a long freight through Coal Creek Canyon, Colorado.
Its a frigid 16 degrees as the hot BNSF Z train rolls across the Black River on the Thayer South Sub. on its way to Atlanta.
Late afternoon along the busy BNSF Seligman Subdivision just west of Kingman finds a westbound stack train passing the control signals at Griffith.
2 units lead this eastbound stack train through Alray as it climbs the grade up Cajon Pass.
Climbing Ash Hill from the East - A manifest train with the blue BNSF #2047 (the Smurf) in the consist passes through the rock cut on the eastern approach to WBCS Ash Hill. This i... (more)
An eastbound UPS hotshot storms through the quiet settlement of Toluca. This vantage point of the mainline is accomplished by making the stiff hike up the "Jumbo." Once at the top, visitors are ... (more)
A Eastbound manifest loaded with power heads for Bakersfield as it passes through Wasco.
Six units head today's BRC train from Grand Forks. The four trailing SD40-2's are BNSF: 7002, 8073, 8063, and 8075.
A westbound intermodel.
Three paint schemes cross over Cajon Creek with westbound tonnage in beautiful morning light.
A brand new ES44DC leads three other units on a vehicle train, as they work upgrade through Cable X-Over.