Eastbound St. Paul, MN, to Chicago, IL, Q-train is about to cross the CN Dubuque Sub at East Dubuque. Trailing today's train is kind of an odd ball ex-Santa Fe SD75. Haven't seen alot of them out ... (more)
Eastbound BNSF Z, Stacks and TOFC take main 3, in the foreground, to get around a slower eastbound crawling up main 1. Main 2 is open for westbounds.
After meeting the Provo to Denver BNSF manifest at Rocky, BNSF's Denver, CO to Riverbank, CA trackage rights manifest negotiates a horseshoe curve while climbing the grade up to Tunnel #1 in Coal ... (more)
As storm clouds darken overhead, another BNSF westbound works up the east slope of Cajon Pass at Frost.
At every bit of 70 MPH, four ES44DC's highball a westbound Z train through the small town of Stronghurst, 209 miles west of Chicago and 25 miles east of Ft. Madison, IA.
An eastbound intermodal passes through downtown Kingman at Topeka Street.
BNSF 7908 leads "The Schnabel" car through Wyanet, headed west towards Galesburg and beyond.
BNSF 7908 leads the world's largest rail car, around the curve at Princeton at a snail's pace.
A very surprising BNSF double stack train glides around the former Santa Fe yard in Pueblo as it is about to enter into the shadow of a stationary cloud.
This is how you run a railroad. This high speed inter-modal train is about to complete it's pass of a slow moving cement train.
The Schnabel special is slowly headed west through Princeton, IL.
The schnabel train heads west along Rte 34 just west of Neponset.
The schnabel train makes its way through Buda as it just fits under the Q style signal bridges on the Mendota Sub.
The BNSF is hosting the "Worlds Largest RR Car" for afew days on its way to Kansas. Here the train with Schnabel car CEBX 800 is ready to roll at Galesburg Terminal this AM.