An empty coal train passes the wayside signals near MP285 on the Sand Hills Sub.
A loaded coal train drifts eastbound along the Sand Hills Sub, about 276 west of Lincoln, NE.
Six engines on the head end and one DP on the rear protect this westbound stack train on the Columbus Subdivision while passing various farming industries in North Bend, NE.
Union Pacific utilizes directional running between Missouri Valley, IA and Fremont, NE with eastbounds typically routed via Council Bluffs and westbounds, such as this one, routed via Blair on the... (more)
This UP APL/Pacer stack train is detouring on BNSF's Transcon between Chicago and Hutchinson, KS, as seen here in Gardner, about 35 miles southwest of Kansas City.
Rainbow Consist! Of the six motors, no like paint schemes on this eastbound BNSF manifest crossing the Two Medicine River
Manifest train M-SPOLAU from Spokane to Laurel is operating on haulage rights over the Montana Rail Link in Big Timber on a crisp May morning.
With no like paint schemes in the consist, BNSF train H-PASGAL (Pasco, WA to Galesburg, IL) crosses the Flathead River.
An empty grain shuttle from the Pacific Northwest operates on haulage rights over the MRL, passing Big Timber with snow still in the moutains. This train will ply BNSF rails again east of Billing... (more)
Hotshot Z intermodal Chicago- Seattle takes track two down the west slope of Marias Pass around track work on MT1.
A loaded grain train from Sioux City, IA enroute to Tacoma, WA winds its way down along the Flathead River approach West Glacier Park.
Working west towards Bozeman, MRL 4300 is on the rear of this BNSF grain train enroute from Beatrice, NE to Interbay, WA.
In full dynamic braking, this Pasco bound westbound winds its way down Marias Pass.
BNSF 714 leads this westbound across Lake Pend Oreille while a tunderstorm moves east in the background.
This coal load has just turned north on the track warrent controlled Sioux City Sub. With only four sidings, it is typical for trains to take the full 12 hours from Lincoln to Sioux City, a dista... (more)