A pair of BNSF Railway SD70ACe diesels are on a coal train at Bridger Junction, Douglas, Wyoming, on August 22, 2017.
Three BN SD70MAC units roll empty coal gons just north of Douglas. The train is headed by 9554, 9540 and 9576. I was fond of this color scheme as it reminded me of Erie EMD E8 units from years pas... (more)
UP 8162 brings an empty coal train across Hwy 59 north of Douglas, WY on the BN/UP (CNW) coal line in June of 1998.
Two EMD's in DPU mode bring up the rear of BNSF Train C-CKMIOG0-41 as it heads east bound down the PRB as the rain just stopped with a double rainbow in the background.
UP Train CNAOK9-23 with UP #5978 leading heads east bound down the PRB as the rain just stopped and a rainbow starts to appear in the background.
A brand new BNSF SD70ACe glistens in the early morning light as it brings up the rear of a BNSF coal empty near Douglas, Wyoming on the Orin Subdivision.
Early morning along the BNSF Orin Subdivision a few miles outside of Douglas, Wyoming finds a northbound BNSF coal empty heading back to the mines for another load.
The DPU's of a loaded BNSF train shove hard since the rails are recently wet. A double "t"rainbow also appears as the sun peaks out from behind the storm clouds.
UP 6651 leads a loaded coal train across Hwy 59 north of Douglas in June of 1998.
As the sun sets over the Powder River Basin, a lone DPU pushes another train of coal empties north for loading.