Just after sunrise, two men check the lead unit of a BNSF eastbound for mechanical problems. Meanwhile, the flanks of BNSF SD75I No. 8277 gleam in the low, clear sunlight, Many observers felt that... (more)
As dusk settles over the Red Sandstone Cliffs east of Gallup, an eastbound local makes its way uphill toward the Continental Divide.
A BNSF manifest charges eastward behind four SD40-2s along the famous bluffs at Manuelito.
At sunset, a westbound BNSF manifest passes in front of the beautiful red and white butte at Mesita.
A BNSF westbound with a variety of power passes the beautiful red rocks at the New Mexico-Arizona border after a storm deposited on powdering of snow over the area.
BNSF stack trains meet on the Transcon at the eastern edge of Gallup. The train closest to us in the foreground is westbound.
A westbound pig train makes its way up the steady grade between Mesita and Laguna, NM. Note that this stretch of track is left-hand running.
Two clean H1 Dash 9s lead an eastbound BNSF intermodal symbol up the steep grade toward the Continental Divide.
BNSF 4767 climbs westward as the alignment switches direction between Mesita and Laguna.
Three P42s lead the eastbound Southwest Chief through a deep cut at Laguna.
Dash 9 No. 986 cruises downhill on the point of an eastbound freight between Laguna and Mesita, NM.
Four red & silver Santa Fe GEs lead a westbound BNSF stack train through the mysterious landscape between Mesita and Laguna, NM.
A pair of BN SD40-2s leads a westbound BNSF intermodal train near Manuelito.
A BNSF eastbound is dwarfed by huge sedimentary layers along the Transcon at Mesita.
An LMX Dash 8 leads a BNSF eastbound at North Guam.