A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight departs Clay siding on Colorado’s Moffat Tunnel Subdivision. It has just met an eastbound Union Pacific coal train that can barely be seen going ... (more)
A pair of “Heritage I” GE C44-9Ws power a westbound BNSF grain train exiting Tunnel 3.9 and is about to enter Tunnel 4, east of Belton, Montana, on September 8, 1999. The train is following th... (more)
A westbound BNSF grain train exits Tunnel 3.9 and is about to enter Tunnel 4, east of Belton, Montana, on September 8, 1999. The train is led by two “Heritage I” GE C44-9Ws and is running alon... (more)
The "H1" Dash 9s are always one of the more elusive BNSF units to catch on point on the Selkirk Sub. As usually the case, several factors have to come together to make a decent shot of somethin... (more)
Dash 9 No. 986 cruises downhill on the point of an eastbound freight between Laguna and Mesita, NM.
H1 paint scheme with a badly faded H2 paint scheme with graffiti on the trailing engine that almost looked like a UP engine when I drove up.
An interesting consist works hard as it heads down the River with a manifest frieght. An NS high-hood unit is the second motor.
High-Priority New Orleans, LA to Belen, NM manifest traverses the Dobbin connector track, which connects the Houston Sub to the Conroe Sub. You can see the rest of the train in the distance if yo... (more)