An SD40-2 helper set shoves a loaded train around Breezy Point.
A pair of Santa Fe GP30’s enters Sullivan’s Curve as it drifts down the Cajon Pass Grade. They have just helped an intermodal train up to Cajon Summit, and are headed for their next push.
BNSF Hotshot Intermodal Z-STOWSP7-25 roars East through Black, TX. As they pass by a few other BNSF Trains that are tied down
BNSF DPU's locomotives with double stack begins trip from Long Beach, starting route through the ACTA Alameda Corridor (owned by the Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority).
Built at Electro-Motive Canada, Santa Fe GP60M 152 at CP Rail yard London, Ontario.
BNSF H1 984 awaits a fresh crew to take the lone engine on East to the yard.
The sun peeks out for a brief moment after a series of thunderstorms dumped rain and hail along the Front Range. Seen here, an empty sand train races into the setting sun just outside of Niwot, Co... (more)
BNSF 2358 is another power unit with an interesting history. This unit was built in 1972 for the Saint Louis-San Francisco Railroad and then hired on with the Burlington Northern before being mer... (more)
A short S train climbs out of the Pica sag
Santa Fe #2747 leads another GP30 and a pair of GP35's Westbound down Cajon Pass as some people with their dogs enjoy the water in Cajon Creek.
New BNSF C44-9W 774 at Cicero, Illinois on September 21, 1997.
Canadian Pacific's "TEC Train" is southbound holding the mainline at Bettendorf while a northbound empty sand train with run-through BNSF power takes the siding.
A "goat boat" and executive mac wait at the Vancouver roundhouse.
Under a Full Moon, and the last rays of sunlight, northbound BNSF No. 4554 with a mixed manifest.pulls to a stop at Summit Siding in Tehachapi.