Freshly reactivated, a quartet (two on rear) of Grinsteins power Louisiana-bound loads through the rolling hills of southeastern Nebraska on an unusually hot Easter Sunday. The second unit, 9702, ... (more)
The 2x2 Mac quad passing through Melvern.
A couple Executive SD70MACs take a coal load westbound through Neosho Rapids. There was another Exec and an H2 MAC on the rear making for an impressive lashup.
A coal train bound for Louisiana is led by two ex-BN SD70MAC locomotives. There were two more on the rear making this train free of any post 2000 power, quite the rarity now a days. The train is c... (more)
A massive blizzard across Colorado dropped a foot of snow in a very short time, making it difficult for crews running on the Brush Sub from Fort Morgan to Denver. Here we see a rare sight these d... (more)
Snow has begun to fall near Barr Lake as a loaded coal train, pulled by a pair ex-BN MACs, begins to charge up to speed after slowing for a 10 MPH temporary speed restriction. A scene like this wa... (more)
Like a scene from the late 1990's, a pair of ex-BN executive MACs pull a 120 car Halsted, TX coal load over the hill of Keensburg, CO on a storm, cold, winter day.
A pair of former BN SD70MAC's lead a Powder River coal train out of Atlanta in its final stretch to Georgia Powers Plant Scherer located approximately 80 miles to the south.
Under a misty raining skies the outbound crew of the westbound NS 735 (Juliette,GA-Memphis,TN/BNSF) is waiting on receiving track 4 on Birmingham bound NS 15T on receiving track 5 to depart out of... (more)
BNSF SD70MAC's #9653 & #9633 tear through the small town of Rex,GA with 135 loads of Powder River coal for Georgia Powers Plant Scherer.
An executive MAC holds in Montgomery with a eastbound IR sand train.
BNSF 9653 pushes on an eastbound coal train.
Empty tank cars from St James, LA via the UP cross the spectacular Gassman Coulee Trestle on a dazzling Summer afternoon, destined for Trenton, ND and another load of sweet Baaken crude oil; with ... (more)
The nice thing about March Blizzards is the snow seems to melt quickly... hard to believe we got 13.5 inches of snow a few days ago.