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)
Minnesota Transportation Museum's annual power and equipment move from Osceola to Jackson St rolls though Cardigan ahead of L517. Thankfully, the sun came out just long enough to lite the power an... (more)
She was built as CB&Q E9A #9985B.
As the throttle was opened, BN 9900 blew out soot and moisture which built up while she idled in the station. She inherited a great number (9900)! The Pioneer Zephyr's. She was built as CB&Q E8... (more)
A pair of BN SD9s pass by an idled laker in Superior.
Burlington Northern SD45 6463, caught on August 29, 1973 in Denver, Colorado, is the former Chicago Burlington & Quincy 522. The Q's SD45s were delivered in their green scheme that presaged the B... (more)
A forgotten stash of BN F45 cabs is slowly enveloped by the forests of Washington.
BN 5738 is ready to leave Livingston, Montana, with a trailing lash up of units representing 3 of the roads that formed BN. Northern Pacific, Great Northern, and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
A string of cascade green SD7's await their fate on the dead line at Clyde Yard.
Two SD45s, one ex-CB&Q and the other ex-GN, bring a westbound freight from Spokane to Pasco.
Another track full of BN ALCos awaiting disposition at Hoyt St.
A portion of the BN ALCos awaiting disposition at Hoyt Street yard. Everthing has a nice dusting of Mount St. Helens' ashfall.