Storms are quickly developing over Wyoming’s Powder River Basin as a northbound BNSF coal train drops down Logan Hill into Converse Junction on July 4, 2019.
Westbound BNSF train eases away from a stop in Needles.
BNSF EMD power leads this eastbound ZSBDATG at Verdemont on the Cajon Sub.
An SD70ACe and a pair of Executive SD70MAC's round the curve in Saginaw, leading an empty taconite train.
An SD70ACe and ES44AC lead a Texas coal load that has just received a green signal from the Brush Dispatcher after meeting the Hudson Hornet here at Irondale.
A BNSF coal load moves west on the main towards Denver after meeting the Hudson Turn.
The conductor walks ahead of the train to throw the switch that leads out of the power plant. Soon the empty coal train will begin its journey back west for another load of coal.
Having just crossed the diamond at Junction City. BNSF 9199 leads its train of empty coal hoppers south towards New Lisbon. There they will hop onto the CP for part of its journey back west for an... (more)
A newer EMD leads coal emptys back out to the coal fields. To refill with another load of black diamonds for the ever hungry power plant.
A fairly new ACe leads U994 east through snowy downtown Kent, and the restored Erie RR depot that houses a restaurant.
Brand-new ACE 9199 leads a coal load south of Bill with threatening clouds overhead.
BNSF 9199 East departs Bill after waiting a few minutes for a green signal.