BNSF 7652 (ES44DC) exits the East Portal of the Moffat Tunnel and heads towards the Tolland Valley on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
BNSF 7652 (ES44DC) leads a freight down from the Moffat Tunnel East Portal and through the valley lined with golden aspen.
Westbound BNSF intermodal at Riverbank Ca.
The snow on Tehachapi on Feb 6 didn't make it down to the lower elevations of the pass. A BNSF perishables, containers and TOFC approaches Tunnel 3 as it rolls through the park like setting of Bea... (more)
Rolling eastbound along the Clark Fork is a BNSF manifest freight approaching the town of Trout Creek, Montana, on the afternoon of September 25, 2008.
Southbound auto rack train taking the curves south of Monument at MP 60
Eastbound BNSF manifest crosses South Boulder Creek and is heading into Tunnel 29 on the UP Moffat Tunnel Sub. Before entering the tunnel, it will go underneath a slightly overhanging cliff right... (more)
Racing toward the California border this H train had, in addition to a faded war bonnet, some weird plastic wrapped load in a gondola eight cars back. This was a jump-out-of-the-car grab shot kin... (more)
The parade of eastbound GEVOs continues, as 7652 leads yet another stack train downhill at Ibis.
BNSF 7652 and 3 of her sisters pull a decent size Stack train up grade tword Balen.
Cruising through Dayton's Bluff yard heading east...
BNSF 7652, with the words "Wash Me" on the nose, passes the silos in Ransom with westbound double stacks.
BNSF train S-LPCLHG1-02, led by BNSF ES44DC 7652, BNSF Dash 9-44CW 4470, BNSF Dash 9-44CW 5173, UP SD70M 4161 and BNSF Dash 9-44CW 657 (ex-ATSF 657), eases down southern California's Cajon Pass.
Two brand new GEVO's roll south through Puyallup.