With U.S. 287 in the foreground, BNSF 1046 rolls quickly over the huge hogbacks just west of Bellevue on the Wichita Falls Sub.
BNSF 1046 East rolls downgrade nearing Bison as it passes this familiar yet impressive viewpoint along US 2.
Laboring up the final mile of the long grade from the Flathead River valley, BNSF 1046 (with some less than attractive former Santa Fe units) nears the summit of Marias Pass.
BNSF 1046 & CREX 1305 lead westbound empty oil cans.
Laboring up the long grade from the Flathead River valley to Marias Pass, BNSF 1046 roars out of Shed No. 7 and into the tight curve at Windy Point.
A fast-moving stack train negotiates the multiple hogbacks between Bellevue and Bowie as it makes its way east.
A lengthy BNSF freight charges west along the former SP&S mainline at Maryhill, Washington.
Always a good day when you catch an H1 Dash 9 on the point!
Late afternoon Z train leading with an H1.
An eastbound stack train makes its way over the undulating landscape between Bellevue and Bowie.
BNSF 1046 East negotiates the hogbacks along Hy. 287 between Bellevue and Bowie.
A westbound begins to pull out of Maryhill siding.