Passing under the Canadian National bridge as they back onto their train are BNSF Railway ES44DC 7437, ES44C4 8079, Dash 9-44CW 5074, Dash 9-44CW 5488, Dash 9-44CW 994 and ES44DC 7651. Before lon... (more)
It was a very nice treat to find a pair of warbonnets heading west through the prairie grass with this rerouted priority intermodal train for the west coast. The engineer had just throttled up af... (more)
With heavy track work on BNSF's Staples Sub through central MN, two of the hottest trains from Chicago to the west coast have been passing through Morris to avoid the congestion. Tonight, luck wa... (more)
Priority intermodal for South Seattle, WA passes through tunnel 4, truly a trademark photo spot in Montana.
Priority intermodal from Cicero Yard in Chicago works its way through Marias Pass near Blacktail.
It's been a while since I've had a photo I considered perfect right off the bat. For some reason everything came together for the afternoon Z train. Nice sun, clean units, and a signal bridge! Not... (more)
Nothing but GE, as life has been for a while. A little extra power this weekend, supplied by 3 Boeing 737's, moves a holiday weekend Z over Stevens Pass.
After overtaking a slow manifest train nearby at Berthold, a fast-moving Z-train rounds a curve in a hilly area near what was once the town of Tagus.
A hot Z-train rushes through the rural countryside of northwestern North Dakota near the border between Ward and Mountrail County.
Just a bit behind a stack train, tonight's Chicago-South Seattle passes a favorite MN photo spot.
Muddy water everywhere. The floods of '08 are evident in the higher level and dark brown color of the Wisconsin River where it dumps into the Mississippi River.
The High Priority Z-train gets lost in the scenery on a beautiful June morning in La Crosse. The fog that blanketed the area still hangs over the Mississippi River.
Two late Amtrak's were all that kept BNSF 4917 from rolling forward. Now that they're both long gone, the crew can finally take their hot z-train the last 30 miles to South Seattle.
The deer between the tracks was not hit by this priority intermodal train heading for South Seattle, WA.
The H3 delight leads this outbound Z train under classic CB&Q signals.