Diesel Weekend at IRM had this A-B-B-A set of power for the coach train on Sunday the 13th. BN3-SLRG102-BN2-BN1
BN E9 3 leads a A-B-B-A set of wagons into station track 2 at the IRM.
BN 7813 heads north past the tower in Saunders, WI in May of 1986.
Only a year and 27 days before the Burlington Northern Railroad would merge with the Santa Fe, we watch BN 9641 leads an loaded NGR Power WA Parish bound coal bucket crosses over the SP at Tower 5... (more)
BN 2081 makes its way out of the yard as it heads for the Oregon Trunk.
During the Burlington Northern's first summer, a westbound freight gets underway out of Cicero Yard behind an SD45 trio, the first of which retains the classic Northern Pacific image and the secon... (more)
Before the revival that began in the late 1970s, many off-peak Chicago commuter trains were rather modest affairs. A Burlington E8 that had became the property of Burlington Northern five months e... (more)
BN 7223 heads towards Bill, WY with an empty coal train in May of 1991. It's hard to imagine this being a single track RR at one time.
A pair of SW1500s delivered the previous January pulls a train out of the yard for switching.
A classic branch line locomotive, BN (ex-GN) NW5 No. 987 sits outside the Interbay Shops in Seattle.
Burlington Northern F7A No. 732—a former Northern Pacific locomotive—is one of six BN F units stored at Denver’s stockyards for a time in the mid-1980s.
Evolution of a Susquehanna SD45
Before, interim, and after examples of Susquehanna SD45’s can be seen in this view of a westbound Sea-Land stack train rolling through the one-time ... (more)
A loaded coal train rolls south in the Powder River Basin near Bill, Wyoming on triple track. Back in 2005 BNSF and UP combined could generate more than 100 trains a day to/from area mines.
On a beautiful afternoon in July 1973, a pair of ex-NP "torpedo boats" idles at the BN engine facility in Auburn, WA.
BN's hauler from Albany to Eugene on the former Oregon Electric is about to cross Southern Pacific's Coos Bay Branch. It is a fine day in Duckville on the first Saturday of spring.