A southbound Swift RoadRailer train rolls through the Lassen National Forest on the BNSF Gateway Subdivision. This scenic line was originally built by Western Pacific.
Darling at 800mm...
A BNSF intermodal awaits at CP Darling for a flood of eastbound Z trains running on the wrong main. You may ask why wrong main? An eastbound Z train just west of Flagstaff h... (more)
BNSF SD75I 8280 with three SD40-2s leads an eastbound double stack train out of Kingman Canyon, May 09, 1998.
Strangers from the west roll eastward beneath the Cleveland skyline on Norfolk Southern's former Nickel Plate line.
A Warbonnet SD75I leads two Dash 9s on this New Orleans, LA bound loaded crude oil train as they begin to climb Burkes Hill just outside of Boulder, CO.
They are hard to find, but the SD75's continue to run in the Pacific Northwest.
The BNSF SD75I's have renewed life, making their first run since coming out of storage.
brand new BNSF Warbonnet SD75M 8280 sits on the ready tracks at BNSF's new Commerce diesel facility
Here, the trio of warbonets are stoping to set off the rear end of their train. After this is done, the local will continue east with just hoppers.
This 6 axle EMD had found its way onto a local that works the Kingman area.
After working near the Kingman Airport, the local continues eastward with just cement hoopers.
This BNSF local continues out of Kingman Canyon and on it's way for a crew change in Kingman yard.
After setting off some cars near the Kingman Airport and waiting for two additional eastbounds to run around, this local continues eastward. This location is about six miles east of Kingman and th... (more)