Reading Resources for Railroad Ties

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Welcome to Logan’s Locomotive Library!

I am pleased to add to the growing roster of railroad photographs with this list of BNSF locomotives. They will be grouped by road number.

Enjoy them, and safe railfanning, everyone!

BNSF #3253 leads a westbound stacker consist out of the Cicero Yard west of Chicago. This locomotive is a GE ES44C4.

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Would you find railroad resources helpful for your rail safety campaign, rail enthusiast information, railroad-related industries, or rail photography? You can advertise with and connect with Railroad Ties and find links to railroad systems all over the United States.

Find this resource helpful for:

Safety campaigns;


Infrastructure documentation;

Infrastructure companies’ conferences or meetings;

Infrastructure trade shows;

Photographic tips for rail safety campaigns;

Listing your railroad company for enthusiasts and professionals;

Documenting railroad history;

Rules of the Road for rail safety;

Photographs of railroad systems: rolling stock, catenary, signals, track conditions, stations, personnel, and inspection procedures.


Light power of two locomotives without a consist, at Hinsdale, Illinois. Featured are BNSF #1842 and #2369. The first is a SD40-2 and the second is a GP38-2, both made by EMD.

Two locomotives in light power mode approach a crossing in Hinsdale, Illinois. Shown are two vintage movers, BNSF road numbers 1842, which is an EMD SD40-2 and 2369, which is an EMD GP38-2.

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