A BNSF freight crosses the Clark Fork at Paradise, Montana, on September 17, 2006. Leading the eastbound manifest on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision is former Santa Fe GE B40-8 No. 8610.
BNSF 8610 makes a reverse move off the GW2 Track onto the main at Longmont, CO.
A BNSF Engineer boards his train and will wait for the other crew members to arrive. They will then head for the BNSF East Yard to perform switching duties.
BNSF power is being refueled in the heart of they ex/ ATSF yard in Pueblo CO. The ex/ Virginia Rail Authority GP40PH-2 rebuild is headed to the Royal Gorge Scenic Railway in Canon City that travel... (more)
Three different BNSF paint schemes work in the ex/ ATSF yard. A Heritage 1, a "smurf" BNSF unit, and a recently rebuilt repainted Heritage 3. Also my 50th picture on the site.
Running hard for Chicago, the Z-STPCHC has a lengthy train early this morning.
A BNSF intermodal train works its way eastbound along the still partially frozen Mississippi River.
Having successfully avoided the eastbound RBB&B "Red" circus train by ducking into the siding at Cliff, a westbound BNSF Track Inspection train deadheads through Bealeville. Consisting of a Geome... (more)
I have go to admit that B40 looks awesome in that scheme. :-) Nikon D70 18-70mm. www.bayarearailroading.com
BNSF 8648 pulls a manifest toward BNSF's Western Ave. Yard in the morning sun.
Heading to Wellington shortly after the sun set.