Two BNSF Warbonnet GE's lead a Marion, SD to Interbay, WA grain train over Lake Pend Orielle on a warm Summer morning.
Rolling meet in Marshall Canyon! As an eastbound manifest winds its way down past Queen Lucas Lake on the aptly named Lakeside Subdivision, a heavy westbound unit grain train slowly climbs through... (more)
The first of two coal empties comes to a stop at the north end of Broomfield, Colo., as a southbound manifest led by BNSF C44-9W no. 780 slowly makes its way through the siding at Burns Junction.
BNSF 780 is operating as a DPU on an empty crude oil train at Cheney. The warbonnet scheme seems fitting with the architecture of the former NP structure.
Southbound BNSF oil train rolls along the frozen Mississippi River valley with a pair of warbonnets.
Late afternoon finds this Northbound stack/rack train cresting 3,793' ft Tehachapi Summit lead by BNSF 780 in warbonnet colors.
Looking over some of my old black and white photos from my days spent studying Ansel Adams work and thought I might try my hand at black and white again. Here's an XTAC making it's way up from t... (more)
A nice sunny and warm day in Eastern Washington has been spent showing a railfan from Great Britain some of the highlights of the BNSF Scenic Sub and Columbia River Sub. We've been waiting for an... (more)
BNSF 780 travels East through Connellsville with a Canadian National unit not too far away. What a day for foreign power!
Bouncing over some tough spots in the track, a pair of Dash 9s leads a manifest freight eastward toward the yard and its final stop.
The Cajon Helpers, two ex-Santa Fe warbonnets, speed through Cajon Summit heading east to help another westbound down the pass.
Warbonnet locomotive passing a bridge still wearing Santa Fe name