Seen from the top of Tunnel 2, four BNSF Dash-9s (and elephant style to boot) navigate down the famous Tehachapi Pass with over 100 cars of loaded grain for central valley of California.
With a lash up with BNSF, CSX, NS, and a warbonnet, an eastbound manifest bound for Kansas City, KS races across the eastern Mojave Desert under a classic desert sunset.
Ten minutes after sunset, a BNSF eastbound rounds the bend at Trempealeau on the Mississippi River.
A "peach" BNSF unit leads a a northbound earthworm down Tehachapi pass as all four of the units roll by in dynamic breaks sounding away.
Grain loads head North at Illmon as they cross Caliente creek.
A monster loaded grain train head north down Tehachapi as it snakes its way around the curves to the famous Tehachapi Loop.
A faded Dash 9 speeds into view with a high priority manifest in tow.
BNSF grain train crossing Lake Pend Oreille in Idaho on BNSF's funnel. In just a few minutes, the train will be curving around the tracks in the foreground.
A loaded BNSF grain train wraps itself around Lake Pend'Oreille in northern Idaho near Sandpoint.
Class 1 railroading in Class 3 shortline style; this OIG stack train is coming off the UP at CP Stege and making the transfer back to the BNSF in Richmond via the Richmond Pacific.
Geez, some of these BNSF Dash 9s look so ratty...
NS 35G passes the hind end of NS 18G just west of NK interlocking.