A BNSF freight works uphill around Sullivan's Curve in Cajon Pass
An eastbound BNSF auto rack train easily makes the 2% climb up Cajon Pass with three units on the point and one DPU on the rear.
Two trains make their way through the Old Keenbrook section of Cajon Pass. A westbound BNSF on lower track and a northbound UP on the upper track.
With plenty of power this intermodal screams through town, but soon the speed will be reined in crossing Cajon Pass.
BNSF 7551 West skirts the sandy wash of the Mojave River as it enters Barstow Yard.
A GE does its imitation of an ALCO getting away from a restrictive signal with an eastbound starting the climb to Summit.
High priority merchandise from Pasco, WA heads west for Conway, PA via the Norfolk Southern in Chicago.
Passing new track construction before rolling to a stop in Princeton.
Definitely worthy of a chase west, passing through a tunnel of trees near Francisco coal mine.
A new BNSF is a rare treat for southern Indiana. Passing the AWW main.
On their maiden voyage west, BNSF 7751 leads two other GEVO's sporting BNSF's new corporate logo downgrade into Caliente with a hot UPS trailer train bound for northern California.
Westbound pig train with matching ES44DCs (7751 / 7750) heads into Phoenix after meeting the Chicago-bound pig train. My Peavine webpage: http://www.aeromoe.com/Peavine.html
Westbound pig train with matching ES44DCs gives a roll-by inspection to the Phoenix-Chicago pig train. My Peavine webpage: http://www.aeromoe.com/Peavine.html
Engineer that brought the Z WSPNBY9 into Richmond smiles for the camera, he sure was excited to be one of the first to be able to run the new GEVO. Nikon D70 18-70mm.
BNSF 7751, 7749, and 7750, all in the new BNSF "Swoosh" scheme, peek in between the crest in the hills. This is each of the locos first trip. Nikon D70 70-200mm