BNSF GEVO No. 7626 leads a northbound stack train along Interstate 35 at Valley View, TX. The big GE is fairly clean, and is making good time heading north toward Oklahoma and the Transcon.
Two big GEs pull loads of corn syrup and ethanol southward through Gainesville. Note the absence of an idler car, which means there's no hazardous material near the locomotives.
An eastbound unit train passes the endangered cantilever at West Baring.
7 big BNSF GE locomotives charge up grade, through Keene, CA, with their long intermodal being dragged behind and around the horseshoe curve on a spring afternoon.
Various units from different railroads sit in Galesburg yard at the engine facilities.
A mixed bag of NS and CN locomotives power eastbound NS 60F at MP 184 on the Chicago Line
A BNSF intermodal stretches out between tunnel's 1 and 2 while the lead units exit tunnel 1 and are approaching Caliente out of frame to the left.
A BNSF intermodal rounds the horseshoe curve in Caliente and is approaching the opening to the short canyon below.
Dawn at BealvilleSince the night sky lightened to forewarn dawn, clouds filled in the sky over Tehachapi Pass. A low sun tries in vain to peek through a break in the gloom. At 6:45 a.m.... (more)
Eastbound cans slide down the east slope of the Cascade Mountains following the Wenatchee River towards the Columbia River and the town of Wenatchee.
An eastbound BNSF stack train with three elephant-style GEs up front rolls off Curtis Hill, having just crested the ridge line we can see in shadow in the distance. The train is a couple miles wes... (more)
A northbound Z train charges into Sandcut, lead by BNSF 7217.
BNSF ES44DC 7382, rolls uphill towards Marceline, Missouri.