A BNSF freight soars over Santa Fe Junction. It is possible to catch trains on all three levels simultaneously on busy days.
A westbound intermodal train rounds a curve between Ethel and Hart.
A pair of GEVOs take BNSF Train V LPCKCK4 08 across the diamond at Birmingham on the BNSF Brookfield Sub.
BNSF 7792 leads 236 as it crosses into the Virginia side of Bristol.
At the foot of Cajon Pass a long domestic doublestack digs hard into the grade at Verdemont located between San Bernardino and Devore on the Cajon Sub.
BNSF locomotives 7792 and 4666 team up to power CSX manifest train Q380
A pair of pumpkins and a Dash-9 lead 236 out of the Yard after a crew change to take it east. Nikon D80.
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Leaning hard into the snaking turns of the A line, this trio of GE's work hard to tackle the grade by the 8 milepost Eastbound into Bristol.
A new crew begins the journey toward Roanoke as they pull away from the yard office on 236.
With what seemed like only two minutes to change crews 236 is now on the move to Roanoke and will eventually end their journey in Norfolk. Nikon D80
Two BNSF GEVO's and one NS Dash-9 bring 236 into the Bristol yard. Past the historic former N&W Train Station on a gorgeous day in July. Nikon D80
With a nice but dirty suprise visitor from the west on a usually Horsehead dominated Bristol line. A late NS 236 rolls into Bristol for a crew change. Nikon D80
A hot z-train exits BNSF Barstow R Yard passing under Hwy.58 and entering the Cajon Sub.
This westbound z-train runs hard, elephant style, out of Pisgah into Hector. The steep grade is clearly seen in this photo.