At least seven distinct BNSF current or heritage schemes are visible between the light move heading toward the main BNSF Temple Yard (BNSF 7614) and the locomotives in service or hostling.
BNSF 7614 Leads train KO 43 at Shen on a cold but sunny November day.
A colorful quartet of GE units lead Union Pacific's Long Beach, CA to Somerset, CO coal empty on the Sharp Sub east of Payson.
A loaded grain train cruises west on the newly constructed main 2 between Bingham and Ellsworth on the S-Curve. The track was put into service in December 2010. This would be MP 124 on Hwy 2, a ... (more)
A stack train glints as it snakes east through the desert at Ludlow, CA on the BNSF Needles Sub as the sun sets on a very windy and dusty day in April 2009.
BNSF 7614 leads the S CHCSEA west through Westmont.
The eastbound manifest from Galesburg to the Indiana Harbor Belt hustles through Ransom behind a BNSF GEVO. The train is running down the wrong main, due to track work.
Running hard out of Sullivan's Curve heading east toward Cajon Summit.
BNSF Grain Train heading towards Crookston just after 8am.
BNSF 7614 leads an eastbound stack train through the Santa Ana canyon in Yorba Linda, CA.
Westbound under stormy skies.