More and more MAC's are showing up in Colorado, with a noticeable uptick of MAC assisted coal trains running along the Front Range.
135 slowly climbs the loops in western North Carolina with a mixed bag of power on this beautiful late Winter afternoon.
With a killer lashup of all EMD plus the CNW heritage unit, this Waycross bound freight passes through on the CSX Fitzgerald Sub in the cover of darkness.
A matched pair of Executive MAC's are waiting in Longmont, Colorado for their next run.
On a gorgeous winter afternoon, the "Longmont Switch" races by farm fields that have had their fertilizer (cow manure) laid down recently just north of Longmont, Colorado on February 27,... (more)
A rare sight to see in 2018. With much of the BNSF SD70MAC fleet either mothballed or sold to Progress Rail, it's quite the sight to see an SD70MAC in Executive Paint still owned by BNSF. Seen her... (more)
On a very cold Sunday morning, a colorful Belle MAC rings in spring color on a very wintery feeling weekend as it thunders south. THe KCS 3915 has been making the rounds owing back horsepower ho... (more)
An executive MAC & a heritage II GE lead westbound empties.
A BN board of director's special is running along US Highway 2 somewhere between Bonners Ferry and Sandpoint on the afternoon of October 1, 1995.
A loaded IOPX train approaches the signals at MP411.6.
Executive MAC 9646 makes the turn down Mason Street in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Northbound empty covered hopper train
Powered by three Burlington Northern EMD SD70MACs, an empty BNSF coal train snakes along the North Platte River through scenic Wendover Canyon, Wyoming, on May 25, 1997.
A KCLX unit coal train climbs round Breezy Point. The train's SD40-2 pushers are visible in the background.
BNSF Executive MAC 9646 runs down the center of Atwood Street in Longmont, Colorado and will deposit a long freight into the BNSF yard.