Jennings is where the new allignment of the Great Northern split off to bypass Lake Kookanusa.
BNSF 7911 (ES44DC) heads south on the Joint Line out of Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 7911 (ES44DC) gets ready to leave Denver while running south on the Joint Line.
A new crew arrives at BNSF 7911 (ES44DC) and will shortly heads south of Denver on the Joint Line.
BNSF 7911 (ES44DC) leads an autorack train south out of Denver, Colorado and will take the Joint Line to Colorado Springs.
BNSF 7911 (ES44DC) races another southbound train as it runs on the Joint Line out of Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 7911 leads an HBARPAS onto UP rails at Mojave in the late evening. CN power was quite prevalent on this Tehachapi trip.
A westbound Z train sails through Pisgah with a high priority Z train bound for San Bernardino.
Z-WSPSBD8 heads through Kingman Canyon on a cold February morning.
Just as the sun is about to set, a westbound stack train is beginning the pull up Yampai Hill. The head end has just passed the landmark water tank at West Pica.
In various paint schemes, BNSF ES44DC 7911, C44-9W 4126, ES44C4 8261 and C44-9W 1020 race through the desert approaching Ludlow with a Los Angeles Harbor, LA-Alliance, TX stack train.
A Westbound junk train claws towards the Continental Divide with a nift consist.
FURX 8111, BNSF 5174, BN 6323 trailing
Moving across the lowlands of Arkansas.
Coming off the Frisco Bridge BNSF 7911 heads west into Arkansas. UP's Harahan Bridge can be seen in the exhaust of this train.