Shortly before sunset, a westbound domestic stack train is well into its climb up Goffs Hill. In the background, the Dead Mountains of the eastern Mojave Desert.
A uncommon leader for the heavy stack train as it rolls through one of many sags on the BNSF Seligman Sub
A hot BNSF Z train curves through Crozier canyon, with the shadows growing rapidly as the sun begins to lower.
Two Z trains (the 2nd one to the right being BNSF 6696 W. Z ALTSTO9 02L) meet in Kingman Canyon on a blazing hot afternoon.
Eastbound oil cans with run through BNSF power in Berea, Ohio
A westbound stack train waits next to Historic Route 66 at West Goffs for a fleet of eastbounds.
BNSF 6897 with an eastbound stack train approaching Arrowhead Jct.
An EB intermodal train roars upgrade through Truxton Canyon
A long EB empty oil train climbs upgrade through Kingman Canyon
Cascade green power rolls past a rail train led by a Warbonnet BNSF 719.
An executive MAC sits at at the East end of Galesburg Yard.
BNSF 7812 leads a stack train east through Galesburg.
Sunrays shine bright above the clouds as a waiting, westbound autorack train idles in the siding at diggins on a gorgeous evening.
Eastbound BNSF empty grain train at the Lyle rest area.
Eastbound BNSF Z train on the classic arch bridge at Lyle, WA.