A good looking stack train with four engines runs past Barr Lake on the way to Denver, Colorado.
Eastbound BNSF tonnage rolls east on the Dotsero Cutoff. The train is about two miles from joining the Moffat Line at Bond.
BNSF 7887 (ES44DC) leads a freight out of the Denver Yard.
It has often been said of Tehachapi that it resembles a 1:1 scale model railroad, so in a scene that one might only expect to find on a model railroad we are reminded that this is 1:1 scale mounta... (more)
After a length stop for a red signal, BNSF 7887 is on its way to the St. Paul Yard
A crew change was made on this westbound J-train.
After the crew change, the westbound J-train proceeds out of Edmonds. If you notice closely, there is a westbound manifest train that pulled up right behind the J-train.
A westbound J-train was seen sitting at Edmonds as the crew waits for their crew van to arrive for a crew change.
With the rains stopping only for a few minutes, four units tackle the two percent grade of Cajon Pass. With 17,600 horsepower and only 3,700 tons in tow, this train still moves at snail speed as i... (more)
Just east of Ludlow a westbound BNSF container train drops downgrade from Ash Hill.
Westbound stacks near the route 66 crossing as they decend the grade from Ash Hill.
BNSF 7887 West downgrade toward Seligman on a beautiful evening in northern Arizona.
Westbound auto train coasts through Lake Park and through the ever-popular curves on the west side of town.