I think I'm going to call that little fella "Spike". . . Spike awaits another pounding of a Z train at 70MPH on the BNSF Transcon.
A Warbonnet and two mean green EMD machines have crested the Continental Divide just before sunset and will have a dark and downhill journey to Belen.
A sweet matching pair of GP60's leads three cars from the paper-mill back to Gallup, doing some wrong main running.
The golden Swoosh leads a Q train past the red Navajo sandstones of Eastern Arizona.
The golden swoosh GEVO leads the Q - Clovis to Richmond through the signals at West Baca.
After going nearly three years without seeing a blue and white SD60, I was shocked to see GMTX 9050 third out between the boring same ole of GE's... The Memphis to Barstow glides down grade throug... (more)
A small snow storm has just passed through, leaving the photographer confused as ever... NOAA predicted highs near 70 and mostly sunny! BNSF 7896 runs from the snow leading the Belen to Barstow ju... (more)
BNSF 5434 leads an eastbound stack train east of Grants NM.
BNSF's 211 Local knocks down West Baca at a high rate of speed with the 11,305 foot Mount Taylor behind.
A Warbonnet SD75 brings up the rear of a heavy grain train bound for California.
"If a meet in the desert happens, and nobody is there to see it, does it really happen?" I'm quite sure this meet happened... Westbound BNSF 7645 trots past the Eastbound BNSF 6602 at Pegs.
Navajo red sandstone melts away in the heatwaves of a 10,000 foot stack train charging up the 1.25% grade towards the Continental Divide.
Loads of black diamond for Coronado, AZ sprint across the Western New Mexico desert, only a few miles from entering Arizona.
The Westbound Tulsa to Barstow passes some neat rock formations in Western New Mexico.
GE's easily concur the 1.25% grade leading to the Continental Divide with a Los Angeles to Willow Springs Z train in tow.