A summer thunderstorm produces a rainbow that frames BNSF 7609 (ES44DC) as it meets the westbound Z Train on the Brush Sub in Roggen, Colorado.
A massive storm east of Roggen, Colorado provides a ominous backdrop to BNSF 7609 (ES44DC) leading a stack train west on the Brush Sub. That storm produced at least one tornado as it moved south.
BNSF 7609 leading a southbound manifest towards the Bend depot for a crew change.
Winter Skies over the Great Divide
Winter weather is moving in on the Great Divide between milepost 50 and 45 on the Moffat Road.
BNSF 7609 leads a doublestack southbound at Spruce, CO, June 12, 2019.
A BNSF stack grinds upgrade around the loop at Tehachapi. This was my first visit to the pass and I must admit it lives up its reputation.
7609 riding high on the Wayzata sub.
The IHB autorack job is lead by a solo BNSF gevo through Blue Island during the golden hour of sunlight.
Having been at this location for over two hours without a train, I decided to give it another five minutes before heading off. Four minutes later...
A colourful stack train brings out the best of the famous curves out of the Columbia gorge at Trinidad. The gravel works off Highway 28 provides a convenient viewpoint.
One of BNSF's new logo GEVo's leads another stack train out of Cicero.