BNSF 6414 eases coal empties eastbound through orchards near Peshastin, WA about a half hour west of its next crew change at Wenatchee. Blossoms were in peak bloom on April 28 this spring.
BNSF 9202 exits the Cascade Tunnel with two sisters and a C44-9W on an eastbound Z train. It was a treat to see the EMDs outnumbering GEs on this type of train in the Stevens Pass area.
I sometimes think BNSF Heritage II is for the birds. Here is proof. The crow holds the main at Scenic while a stack train waits in the siding for the tunnel to clear and for a Z train to over take... (more)
Northbound T18 oil train led by #9049 at Boa Vista Velha Junction waiting DS order to departure.
A sand train claws its way up Byron hill.
GEVOs tow a vehicle train through Sullivan.
Westbound 112 holds the siding at the west end of DePauw
as it waits for an eastbound.
An empty coil steel train heads east for a reload on a beautiful spring morning.
UP 7611 & 8952 lead westbound stacks.
On May 5, Vermont Rail System's weekly slurry train featured a matched Vermont Railway trio of motive power, including three different EMD models, VTR SD70M-2 432, VTR GP40-2W 310 and VTR GP38-2 2... (more)
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) leads a loaded coal train to Palmer Lake.
A bright sunrise catches a Warbonnet amongst the Heritage III pumpkins waiting in the Denver engine servicing yard for orders.
NS SD60M 6722 leads NS 205 west through Pine Junction.
FEC 226 swings into St. Augustine, the last of a three train parade this morning.