As rain continued to fall at Palmer Jct., a CN train powered by BNSF 8204 and SD75M PTLX 235 comes off the CN line from Partridge and will head up the LS&I to Eagle Mills to deliver empty all rail... (more)
BNSF 8204 leads a Canadian National empty all rail ore train out of their small yard at Partridge, MI, heading to the Lake Superior & Ishpeming yard a few miles away at Eagle Mills. LS&I will hand... (more)
Looking like somewhere on Stevens Pass in Washington state, BNSF 8204 cuts through trees and rocks in rainy weather at Palmer Jct. in upper Michigan. The train is a CN train from Gladstone, MI whi... (more)
BNSF 8204 and a former BNSF SD75M leads the afternoon all rail ore train empties (plus some manifest) west on the Canadian National at Goose Lake, near Eagle Mills, MI. The Former C&NW line typica... (more)
Thanksgiving dinner is about to be served as the non-stop parade of BNSF trains roll pass our Crozier Canyon homestead. Here, a westbound double stack train for the ports of Los Angeles meets an e... (more)
The Belen, NM to Phoenix, AZ manifest slow crawls around the bend at Cosnino before stopping at the crossing to let another train over take it.
A brand new GE leads an eastbound manifest on the Hannibal Sub. The former Illinois Terminal bridge now a bike trail is in the background.
A matching set of reactivated 75Ms was a nice sight to see leading a manifest southward through the snow.
2 recently reactivated SD75Ms power the St. Paul to Chicago Z-train east at Savanna ILL .
MERC coal loads with BNSF 8204 creep toward Hawley eastbound and will have to wait as three westbounds clear off his main at the crossovers located there.
An empty coal train out of Portage, WI makes the long trip back to the coal fields of Wyoming. Power is BNSF8204, CITX142, & CEFX6000.
This view of a coal train for Big Stone City on the former Milw transcon is from a butte that also holds the Lemmon water tower. Tv 500, F 7.1, ISO 100, 216.0 mm
Opened in 1961, the Milwaukee spanned the Missouri River with this massive bridge.
The wide open space of the Dakota plains can be seen in this view of an EB coal train from the Highway 12 overpass east of Haynes.