BNSF No. 8179 leads Stacks around the base of Wind Mountain and the Columbia River as it approaches Home Valley.
Slowly grind up the grade of Ash Hill, four GE locomotives roar with life as they pull a heavy Chicago, IL to San Bernardino, CA intermodal around the 90 degree curve of Siberia where the two main... (more)
BNSF 4258, 6815, & 8466 westbound with a stack train.
BNSF 7017 passes BNSF 8101 at Linroth siding.
BNSF 8156 brings up the rear of a westbound grain train at Lyle WA.
A shorter than normal 101 today due to some disruptions on connecting railroads from Michael. Locally the hurricane brought some unsettled weather but left this part of Florida unscathed.
The Fall colors begin in Nebraska as BNSF 4290 leads a manifest after the last of the clouds drift South.
On April 19 an Eastbound BNSF is racing a fast moving storm which produced a little snow, although it did not stick.
Sunset on the Sound: Just before sunset, a BNSF grain train heads along Puget Sound near Steilacoom, Washington. Fall has arrived in the Pacific Northwest.
FEC 226 with an unusual lash up showing off the new FEC containers.
A BNSF Q train curves its way through the forest west of Flagstaff
FEC 105 actually ran today and is seen passing through Bunnell as showers move in.
BNSF 8182, 8969, & 8098 lead a westbound stack train through the scenic Columbia River Gorge.
The DPU of a Eastbound manifest glides along the Flathead River in West Glacier, MT as it traverses BNSF's Hi-Line Subdivision through Marias Pass.