A pair of matching executive Grinstein MAC's leave Cheyenne, Wyoming and will take the short freight to Fort Collins, Colorado.
Grinstein Executive MAC BNSF 9658 belches smoke as it starts up in the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado.
A pair of Executive Grinstein MACs run light towards the BNSF yard in Fort Collins, Colorado.
A pair of executive SD70MAC's pull a load out of the BNSF yard in Cheyenne and head for Fort Collins, Colorado.
Executive Grinstein MAC BNSF 9658 runs over a bridge at Owl Canyon in Wellington, Colorado.
A rare wagon wheel Executive Grinstein MAC (BNSF 9658) runs towards Fort Collins from Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Returning from Ft. Collins and having just crossed back into Wyoming, BNSF's Cheyenne local hurries 'home' led by the sharp looking duo of Grinstein SD70MAC 9658 and warbonnet C44-9W 765.
A loaded ore train interchanged with CN slowly crosses the former NP Grassy Point draw between Superior and Duluth. The Spirit Mountain ski hill can be seen in the distance.
BNSF 9658 & 6160 lead westbound empties.
The day is nearing its end, and so are the semaphores.
Southbound BNSF coal slowly rattles the diamond, nosing by the still-operating semaphores. The new block signals are mostly in place, though, so the semaphores' days are few.
Ex Burlington Northern SD70MAC leads NS general freight 38G west through Fleetwood at milepost 11 of the Reading Line; silos of F.M. Brown tower over train.