Burlington Northern train No. 1 crosses Two Medicine Bridge amid the winter wonderland of Glacier National Park at East Glacier, Montana.
To go with the GN obs car (Photo #400399) accepted a few days ago is this photo of 2 standard dome cars, numbered 1325 and 1324. Kodachrome II film.
To go with the GN obs car (Photo #400399) accepted a few days ago is this full length dome car named "Prairie View". Kodachrome II film.
Colo. & Sou. Train 1 southbound "Texas Zephyr" with stainless steel E5 9955 on the point, entering Pueblo, Colo. Union Station on its run to Dallas. Train was discontinued Sept. 11, 1967
The Great Northern's Empire Builder is being pushed into the station by a CB&Q yard engine. Car name is "Rocky Coulee". Kodachrome II film.
A set of Northern Pacific power and psgr cars is leaving the GN station just after the merger. Unit number is a BN number.
An eastbound BNSF manifest freight glides across the Clark Fork River west of Toole, (near the old siding of Donlan) on Montana Rail Link's Fourth Subdivision. A BN SD40-2 and a Santa Fe B40-8W le... (more)
BN 2512, 2535, 2530, 4365 lead an inside gateway train on WP rails. BN assigned some rather problematic power to these jobs for the longest time, probably much to the chagrin of the WP crews and s... (more)
Colorado and Southern E5 9955 departs Amarillo after having stopped with train 7. The insulated Burlington box car adds a colorful touch.
BN C424 4241 leads three SD45's on what I would guess is WP track in Northern California. No Information on slide as far as location or photographer. Slide has been in my collection for years.
Taken on a cold but fairly clear day Thanksgiving Weekend in 1966. Kodachrome II film.
I think this is the westbound combined Empire Builder and North Coast Ltd west of Chicago on the Triple Track. Kodachrome II film.
BN 4368 with a C425 and another C636 darken the sky in this photo from my collection. No photographer is listed and also no location. I have been told this photo was shot south of Oroville, CA on ... (more)
With FTA #410A.