A set of light power backs down of the tracks in the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway's Commerce Diesel Service facility in April 1998. All three engines are wearing the BNSF version of Santa... (more)
The Conrail Stiles Street Yard is empty nowadays but you can usually find a single road engine tied down in there which is used to drill a local refinery and put together outbound train 67Z. NS us... (more)
A pair of BNSF warbonnet Dash 9's are on leading the NS D70 transfer across the KCT. The train is a short cut of autoracks from the NS to BNSF's Argentine Yard.
Our first of three eastbounds this morning is an autorack train, led by Warbonnet C44-9W 765 and NS SD70M-2 2711. The train is crossing over Midvale Creek. The metal fence on the opposing side was... (more)
A set of surviving War Bonnets escape a BNSF H3 repaint and make their way into former Great Northern territory. James Hill would be proud.
Grain empties heading for Clara City, MN pass over the Pomme de Terre River behind a colorful consist.
Two nice looking warbonnets lead a bare table west through the canyon.
NS Triple Crown eastbound 256 passes a soon to be replaced ex Wabash signal west of Rockfield, Indiana.
A red and silver warbonnet is in control of the M-BARSTO as it climbs the short grade at Sandcut.
High priority merchandise from Laurel, MT to Galesburg, IL sporting some mix-matched number boards.
Chugging uphill at a crawl on an approach signal, the Z prepares to stop at the west end of the siding, still waiting on track gangs to clear. Missed the symbol, but probably a Richmond Z.
A heavy powered manifest train is swinging through the curves about to Maryhill siding.