A new ET44C4 has found it's way onto this ballast train on the Gallup Sub west of Dalles, NM.
Across northern Arizona and New Mexico, the BNSF Railway's Transcon parallels the famed "Route 66." As BNSF train Q-STOCHI6-13 (Guaranteed Service Intermodal; Stockton CA to Chicago IL) departs G... (more)
The early morning rays of sun warm the head end of Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief as it races through Holbrook on a warm summer morning in eastern Arizona.
Smoke 'em A hot New York, NY to Los Angeles, CA Z9 starts to chug up to speed after being stopped at Baca to let a hotter train, the Willow Springs, IL to North Bay, CA Z9, over take it on ... (more)
BNSF 9120 leads a westbound coal load across the New Mexico Landscape.
Brand new power leads this eastbound BARTUL as it nears Dalies and the downhill run to Belen.
Flying by on the main line, a westbound BNSF freight passes local power at Holbrook, Arizona, on March 7, 2005.
BNSF 4614 East tops the Continental Divide at Gonzales, NM. Fifth out in the locomotive consist is BNSF 5815, the LNG "Dual Fuel" test unit. Vintage test cars Canyon Diablo and Kootenai ... (more)
On BNSF’s busy “Transcon” and curving through North Guam, New Mexico, is an eastbound intermodal train led by a year old GE ES44DC No. 7236 on March 28, 2010.
BNSF 6240 along with a CIT leased SD90MAC leading a eastbound coal empty along the Gallup Sub.
Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief leans into a curve as they meet an intermodal near Church Rock after a late station stop in Gallup, making track speed towards Albuquerque and Chicago.
ETTS!Before the UPS container days, "trailer jet" pig trains could be seen across the Transcon. These days, all of the hot Z9's look like stack trains. BNSF's hottest train, the Z-WSPNBY9, ... (more)
A heavy doublestack destined for reblocking at Clovis, NM works East up the stiff grade towards the Continental Divide.
Ten-thousand feet of containers for China work hard up the .52% grade towards the Continental Divide with Haystack Butte and Mount Taylor standing tall above.
Brand new ES44C4's lead a heavy 11,421 ton "K" train over the Continental Divide on a warm and windy Spring afternoon on the Transcon.