A colorful consist powers a westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe grain train at Bison, Montana, on March 2, 1997. The train is powered by an eclectic set of motive power comprised of BNSF GE C44... (more)
Late afternoon light on a bare table at East Machens, Missouri.
Two trains sit at Reese Siding awaiting fresh crews to take them South. The Auto train is coming out of the Toyota plant in Blue Springs while the loaded coal is led by BNSF 6126
BNSF 4688 leads this crude oil train eastward through the snow covered Utah desert. The train loaded at the Price River Terminal near Wellington, Utah and is probably destined for Cushing, Oklahom... (more)
A Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight passes a ranch east of Verona, Wyoming, on July 1, 2002. Powering the eastbound train is GE C44-9W No. 4485 and EMD SD40-2 No. 7155.
BNSF 756 East is about to enter two main track territory as it leaves the Flathead River gorge on the long grade to Marias Pass. The image fails to capture the incredible lightness and pine scent ... (more)
Essex helpers on the 756 East approach the summit of the grade at Marias Pass.
There are two more diesels - a C44-9W and an ES44C4 - behind 3727, and all 13,200hp are straining to get this westbound intermodal train over the hill just west of Neosho.
BNSF 6188 East is descending Silver Zone Pass on the former Western Pacific line between Elko and Wendover, NV.
An eastbound BNSF trackage rights manifest eases down the steep grade into the Price River valley as it passes the west end of Kyune center siding.
BNSF's Provo-Denver manifest snakes through the steep and rugged Gore Canyon on the upper Colorado River as the morning's snow storm recedes. Though the canyon is short (approx. 3 miles), its wall... (more)
Running cow under rising moon Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s train 195 passes over San Isidro Creek at Abeyta east of the siding at Barela, Colorado, on February 27, 1999. The northboun... (more)
BNSF 8248 leads a manifest train down the BNSF Barstow Sub.
Following the now famous Route 66 on a foggy morning near Amarillo, we passed by this stopped coal train.