BNSF 8255 (EC44C4) pulls a freight past Boulder's Valmont Power Plant on its way to Denver.
Working upgrade into Cable, BNSF 3996 has a heavy eastbound Q train well in hand as it exits the 259-foot-long bore that is Tunnel 17.
Northbound sand rolling through PV.
CSX stack train Q158 with a BNSF leader passing the Berea Union Depot Taverne in Berea, Ohio
Roster view of brand new BNSF 3733 at Vail Ave. on the San Bernardino Subdivision in the City of Commerce.
Five locomotives throttle back as they crest the hill east of Wyaconda, Missouri.
Working upgrade into Kingman Canyon, BNSF 3996, a new ES44T4, lugs an eastbound Z train into the famous rock formations as it nears the canyon's namesake town.
A three pack of new GE ET44C4's arrives at Needles leading a SALTSCO. The train would be tied down here for the remainder of the afternoon awaiting a rested crew for the trip west to barstow.
Looking out of place in Kingman Canyon, GECX 2040 brings up the rear of this westbound stack train in the early morning.
2 new ET44C4's along with a CREX leaser lead this Alliance, TX to San Bernardino Q train at Yucca on the Seligman Sub.
A trio of brand new 3700 class ET44C4's lead this westbound SALTSCO at Park Moabi just east of Needles.
BNSF Stack train makes good time between Ilmon and Bena after rolling out of the Tehachapi mountains.