BNSF 7602 leads a westbound doublestack through the vast expanse in eastern New Mexico.
The area around Fort Madison offers alot of neat things to shoot from the ground and air. The Chillicothe Sub takes off from the BNSF depot and runs along the Mississippi River for a few miles bef... (more)
BNSF's yard in Denver, Colorado has a variety of locomotives staged awaiting their next assignments. While most are BNSF GE's, a UP SD70M and Ferromex SD70ACe make for colorful visitors.
A Great Western Railway (GWR) crew takes an empty sand train off of home rails and enters BNSF's Front Range Subdivision at Fort Collins, Colorado and crosses the Cache La Poudre River on July 31,... (more)
Climbing eastbound on Main 1 a BNSF Z makes its way up to the top of Cajon Pass.
Snow on the higher elevations of the mountains surrounding Cajon pass as stacks climb eastbound to the summit.
Operating a day behind schedule, possibly due to an extra board crew shortage, the M KCKEMP1 23 pulls through a rural crossing just west of the siding at Lakeside.
The Richmond, CA to Barstow, CA manifest heads upgrade toward Bealville.
A LA bound Z train rounds the curve at Hackberry as the sound of a K5HL horn breaks the silence in the Arizona Desert.
Yes the symbol indicates a baretable, because this is a repo-train hauling empty containers and trailers back to the LA basin for distribution. Shown here descending the old main (now main 3) near... (more)
After holding at Williamsfield for more than an hour for track work BNSF 7602 continues west.