Railfanning can be a solitary, misunderstood, and frustrating hobby. It can also be extremely rewarding with good companionship, wonderful scenery, and great photographic rewards. Those days that ... (more)
An eastbound stack train climbs the grade at Lake Park behind two BNSF and one CSX locomotives on a very windy but sunny fall afternoon.
An eastbound Z train is the first train of the afternoon to sneak through the track work at Ibis. The work tied up main two, causing there to only be one main track being open.
BNSF Railway train Z-SBDALT9-06A (Priority UPS-LTL Intermodal; San Bernardino CA to Alliance TX) passes train M-SDGBAR1-05A (Regular Merchadise; San Diego CA to Barstow CA) at Lugo, on the eastern... (more)
The westbound New York, NY to Los Angeles, CA stack trains passes an eastbound Z STOWSP8 at Siberia.
Three 4400 horsepower motors lead the way of this rainbow color Houston, TX to Thenard (Long Beach), CA stack train through the twisting curves of Kingman Canyon on a hot Labor Day weekend on the ... (more)
The sounds of BNSF GEVOs charging up the hill of Sandcut break the silence of the night as this Wassco bound coal train charges to Bakersfield.
Three of BNSF finest locomotives lead a Houston, TX to Long Beach, CA stack train through the famous Kingman Canyon as the rainbow color train snakes its way through the curves of the canyon.
A new engine means a clean engine which is rariity these days!