A pair of former BN SD70MAC's lead a Powder River coal train out of Atlanta in its final stretch to Georgia Powers Plant Scherer located approximately 80 miles to the south.
A BNSF coal train heads south out of Bill, Wyoming, at the end of a rainy day in Powder River Basin on May 3, 2007.
A Mexico bound KCS stack train is rounding the sharp connection from KCS line to SP trackage rights at Victoria
Before directional running was established between Pueblo and Amarillo, BNSF's former BN Twin Peaks Sub handled most traffic between CO and TX. Before standard coal power was 2x2, coal trains were... (more)
The DPU's on N313 shove the rear of the loaded coal train through the signals at South End Trammel and into Sandy Ridge Tunnel.
Out in the Sandhills of Nebraska about halfway between Broken Bow and Thedford lies Linscott, almost precisely where cornfields end and cattle ranching begins. There isn't much to distinguish Lins... (more)
It is about 3:00 am as KCS 3928 sits in the yard at Heavener, Oklahoma while a severe thunderstorm produces some very close lightning bolts. To the left of the photo, a lightning bolt hit very cl... (more)
A pair of MAC's work the East Yard in Longmont, Colorado.
KCS SD70MAC 3971 leads NS 17V west through Whiting.
Executive MAC BNSF 9621 has just dropped off a freight into the BNSF's yard in Longmont, Colorado.
Executive BNSF 9822 has point duty on a coal train running through Denver, Colorado.
A pair of Executive MACs cross the Cache La Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Southbound ethanol takes the turn off the Nahunta Sub onto to the Callahan Sub turnout heading for Baldwin then on to Tampa.
With Rail Watch Weekend going on, local railfans watch the not so common foreign power head through town on the double mains.
Loads of military equipment head towards Jacksonville via the "backdoor" on the SP line from Baldwin.