FEC 101 rolls out of Bunnell on a warm day.
With threatening skies looming in the background, BNSF 6674 eases its northbound Q train downgrade over the 1908-built bridge and into Rowen as the length of its double stack consist can be seen s... (more)
It's a frigid winter day, with flurries falling around Mt. Sentinel, as BNSF 4299 and 6987 lead a long hopper train into the Missoula Yard. And I'm standing in snow up to my ankles. In work shoes.
A full moon has crested above a threatening thunderhead in the final 30 seconds of sunlight over the Mojave high desert. The cell is a part of a large winter storm system that brought snow to plac... (more)
The snowstorm hasn’t arrived yet, but humidity is high in Montana’s Clark Fork River Valley, with fog rolling through the atmosphere at multiple levels playing hide-and-seek with the tree-covered ... (more)
Loaded Oil for Philly K162 with BNSF power passes Lock 10 on the Mohawk River.
After attending Super Bowl Llll in Atlanta, GA at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the BNSF Office Car Special heads north through Roanoke with executives and important people from the BNSF Railway Com... (more)
Water is running a bit high and roars over Toston Dam in Lombard Canyon as a westbound BNSF grain train passes by on Montana Rail Link’s Second Subdivision on the morning of July 6, 2018.
This is what precision railroading looks like. An eastbound CP train with grain, stacks and tankers slows to meet a westbound coal train at Munroe, on the banks of Kamloops Lake. CPRTC had this... (more)
A westbound BNSF manifest train from Belen NM to Barstow CA negotiates the curves at the small community of Peach Springs with 4 of Erie's finest upfront.
A short mostly empty freight heads into Towal siding.
On Saturday June 21st, 2014 a westbound Barstow to Stockton manifest carefully drops down grade between Woodford and Rowen on the west side of Tehachapi.
BNSF 6701 (ES44C4) leads an autorack train up to Burns Junction on its way to Denver, Colorado.
A person has to dig around to find gravestones that date back to the 1900's. With really old gravestones the dates of death usually have "years, months, days" on them. Here the Galesburg... (more)