BNSF 8007 East, an empty ethanol train headed back to the Midwest, is about to accelerate out of out of town and head onto the Hereford Sub of the Transcon. Meanwhile, DPUs on the rear of a grain ... (more)
An eastbound coal train fights the grade between Abo Canyon and Mountainair. On the rear is a pair of DPUs.
Two new ET44s lead a JB Hunt stack train westward over the Pecos River at Ft. Sumner. A contractor is in the process of installing another span over the river so BNSF can add a second main track h... (more)
A westbound coal load with DPUs on the rear climbs out of the valley after crossing the Pecos River at Ft. Sumner. In the foreground, a contractor is building the right of way for a second main tr... (more)
BNSF 3774 West crosses the Pecos River at Ft. Sumner. At the time of this photo, BNSF's contractor was building another bridge here for a second main line across the river.
Running on the then single track section, east bound between Madrone and Bodgea with a short section of TOFC loadings.
An all Auto Rack consist moving east bound, both engines the BN U Boat and the Santa Fe Geep have no apparent makings to show the new ownership. Looks like days of old on the Santa Fe Transcon.
Eastbound MP 872.2
East bound passing MP 871.5 on bridge 5.
All auto racks approaching the summit at Mountainair and heading east toward Clovis.
Knowing that this now BNSF territory, it's not quite a year yet after the merger completion. But it looks like the days of old Santa Fe we love and remember. Warbonnets on the point and heading ea... (more)
All BN green hopper train departing Vaughn and about to cross on to the single track fill over the Golden State Route.
Westbound stacks about to enter Abo Canyon at Scholle.
Set of DPU's on the rear of this grain train in dynamic braking.
With mix of stacks and vans having passed the Bodega station, heading east to Clovis.