Eastbound Unit Oil Train with BNSF 730 (C44-9W) and BNSF 4052 (C44-9W). BNSF 6907 (ES44C4) as DPU on the rear.
Bright afternoon sun peaks out on an eastbound BNSF coal train traversing Lombard Canyon at Lombard, Montana. Warbonnet-painted BNSF GE C44-9W No. 730 is lone DPU on the rear of the Powder River-b... (more)
Clouds and some storms build up over the mountains at the Denver, Colorado to Casper, Wyoming manifest rolls north near Owl Canyon with BNSF C44-9W No. 730 leading on June 09, 2015.
After meeting a southbound loaded ballast train at Longs Peak, BNSF C44-9W No. 730 leads two more BNSF GE's on this Casper, Wyo., bound manifest south of Berthoud on June 09, 2015.
A very colorful empty coal train pulls out of Durand toward East Lansing. This train had a BNSF warbonnet leading, BNSF gevo, UP AC4400CW, UP Gevo, and a GTW geep.
BNSF 730 east leads it stack train out of the canyon and tries to pick up speed as it rolls by downtown Kingman.
As the night sets on the Columbia River, some traffic at least shows up on the line to and from Stevens Pass.
A nice clean consist heads up this west bound loaded "worm" as it passes some MOW workers on the Twin Meadows siding. In a few hundred feet it will enter the Flathead Tunnel and then enter Rock Cr... (more)
Colorful "Warbonnet" Dash 9-44CW BNSF 730 glows in the late afternoon sun at the Commerce Maintenance Facility. Note the orange air conditioner unit, swapped out from a "Pumpkin" Dash 9.
Westbound over Canyon Diablo. At 225 ft. above the canyon floor, this is one of the highest railroad bridges in the U.S.
284 winding its way through Waddy on a lazy afternoon
143 is creeping under the signal bridge at Bowen after fixing the brake issue
143 finally starting to make speed after a three hour delay due to brake issues