BNSF's Catoosa Turn departs Tulsa at CP Hall, with a trio of rebuilt SD75's.
BNSF 8580 & 6183 with westbound empties.
BNSF 9353 shoves on the rear of an eastbound loaded coal train.
BNSF 4143, 5720, & 4829, all in heritage II paint, lead a westbound manifest.
A well-powered high priority stack train passing under the old Sante Fe signal bridge at Lisbon Road east of Marceline.
BNSF 6204 leads a grain train out of the Port and down Long Street in Beaumont.
ES44AC 6089, ES44C4 6845, and SD70ACe 9229 are about to pass under 41b Street as they lead a westbound coal train towards Westshore Terminals coal export facility at Roberts Bank.
Even after 28 years the red and yellow iconic Warbonnet paint on this B40-8W still holds up well as compared to the Dash 9 Warbonnets that were built in the mid - 1990's. Most of those look more ... (more)
The red on this Warbonnet has not fared too well. It seems only the B40-8W series Warbonnets retain their original red color. The Dash 9's turned a pinkish hue over time.
The sun has just cleared the trees and lights up this monster stack train at Bucklin, Missouri.
Northbound BNSF train that followed a UP detour off of the Oregon Trunk. I had just missed the UP train.
BNSF 7045 sprints across the Mojave desert with a westbound stack train.