Lead by four locomotives, an exceptionally heavy H-MEMGAL (Memphis to Galesburg) is passing through Gibb siding. The train is loaded with steel coils, steel pipe and I-beams.
Spring Snow on the Joint Line
The entire Palmer Divide and Pikes Peak are in full flock of wet heavy snow on this dramatic snowy spring morning on the Colorado Joint Line. The H-SLADEN... (more)
BNSF 7626 and a ATSF Dash 9 serve as DPUs on an eastbound stack train gliding down Chumstick cutoff at Sunitch Canyon Rd. west of Leavenworth, WA.
With storm clouds moving in, a crew member from the northbound train stands watch over the switch that will allow the 6-engined southbound to safely take the siding at Burns Junction.
BNSF GEVO No. 7626 leads a northbound stack train along Interstate 35 at Valley View, TX. The big GE is fairly clean, and is making good time heading north toward Oklahoma and the Transcon.
Under the ATSF era signals, a BNSF stacker heads West in to the afternoon light
The conductor of BNSF 7626 West, a hot Z train headed for the Pacific Northwest, heads back into the cab after checking his power.
CSX manifest Q634-04 makes a late night departure from Russell, heading up the Northern Subdivision with a quartet of BNSF GE units pulled off of a pair of eastbound oil trains leading the way.
With his daughter at the wheel, the photographer captures ES44DC No. 7626 leading a northbound stack train at speed.
A northbound BNSF grain empty has just topped the grade up Monument Hill and is starting the long descent to Denver and points east.
A filthy 7626 leads freshly repainted 7672 and a short manifest west at the Lyon/Chase county line just a few miles west of Emporia, KS.
As its journey west almost comes to an end, BNSF 7626 leads its Z train through Fullerton and will soon go in to Hobart Yard just down the line.
The WB Norfolk Southern intermodal train for Chicago has just departed Kenwood Yard at the Port of Albany, NY and is rolling NB at 8:17 AM thru an industrial area just north of Albany at MP 2.67 o... (more)
A set of helpers bring up the rear of this Eastbound Manifest at Columbia Falls.