One of the hottest Zs on the BNSF, NYCLAC, flies west past the, oh so foamed, parking garage in Lemont.
Slowly grinding up the western slope of the Arizona Divide, along BNSF's Seligman Subdivision, four GE locomotives labor as they pull a heavy Los Angeles, CA to Memphis, TN intermodal train. With ... (more)
BNSF intermodal train heads west at Cajon pass in 2005. Note that the third unit is still painted in Burlington Northern green.
Four locomotives lean into the curve at Lake Park with a westbound Z.
With the sun just over the hill at my back, an eastbound manifest climbs the hill and around the curve into Lake Park.
Seen from tunnel #1, looking back towards the town of Caliente finds this Northbound freight heading towards Bakersfield.
Northbound tonnage eases up to the signals at the Cable crossover, with a train ahead. It will be a while until the train is on the move again, due to heavy Southbound traffic.
Three Dash 9s work hard to get an eastbound grain train underway out of Willmar as a westbound unit tank train sits on main 2 in the distance.
A stack train winds its way through New Mexico's Abo Canyon. BNSF is currently working on a project to double-track this line.
Northbound stack train. Even though both engines are Heritage II color scheme, notice how the faded look of the second unit.
A heavy westbound mixed freight rolls through the vertical curvature at Maine as it descends the Arizona Divide.