The large rock formation in the background is Castle Rock and gives the city south of Sedalia its name. BNSF 7828 leads a freight pas the iconic landmark and heads south on the Joint Line.
A BNSF coal train runs on the Santa Fe Bridge at Larkspur, Colorado as it heads south on the Joint Line.
BNSF 7828 (ES44DC) leads a freight up the long stretch between Sedalia, Colorado and Castle Rock.
On a dreary November morning, BNSF ES44DC No. 7816 switches from main 3 to main 2 as it leads its train down from the Summit of Cajon Pass
M653-06 cruises across the rarely photographed Pacolet river trestle just north of Spartanburg, SC.
BNSF 7272 (ES44DC) leads a stack train through Palmer Lake, Colorado on the Joint Line.
A manifest from Amarillo, Texas heads up the St. Croix Sub towards Minneapolis, with a trio of H2 GEs, in colorful Maiden Rock.
A southbound BNSF Manifest speeds past Edgecliff Road in Fort Worth, Texas with BNSF C44-9W 736 trailing, still in its original BNSF Lettered Warbonnet paintz
A manifest from Amarillo, TX heads up the St. Croix Sub towards Minneapolis, with a matching set of H2 GEs.
A single DC GEVO leads NS 277 west through Shawsville, VA by the Newtown community.
BNSF 7284 leads a northbound coal train bound for Canada through Nisqually, WA under the fall colors just north of the Junction with Sound Transits Lakewood Subdivision.
Southbound stack train crosses Overpeck Creek.
Rolling downgrade towards Needles alongside what is to soon become a third mainline track.
A pair of NS units lead a westbound QNYCLAC down main #3.
An empty ethanol train from Charlotte moves geographically westbound (railroad southbound) toward Bostic Yard, where it will turn northward on the Blue Ridge Sub.