Rail Talk | BNSF

Highlighting our commitment to safety, service, communities and our heritage.

BNSF firefighting trains help stop wildfires in their tracks

Our trains operate across much of the West, where drought conditions and high winds are common, so we can expect – and plan for – wildfires on or near our tracks. Although we take steps to prevent fires, they can and do occur, from lightning strikes, trespassers or other sources. The sooner we put them out, the sooner train service can resume and the damages to property – ours and our neighbors’ – can be minimized.

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Trains, tanks and troops: How BNSF has long supported the U.S. military

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Making the grade: How BNSF maintenance is planned and performed

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9 BNSF photos that will put a 'spring' in your step

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Warren Buffett’s Berkyville: BNSF train layout brings big-time fun in small-scale way

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Don’t Let a Photo Op Derail Your Future

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The Wheels at Havelock go ‘round and ‘round

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Artificial Intelligence: A look at how BNSF creates a safer, smarter railroad

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BNSF Logistics Centers: Because One Size Doesn't Always Fit All

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Presidents, Patents and Passengers: How the West was Populated

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Snow and Tell: 9 chill BNSF train photos

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We Go to Great Lengths (and Heights and Widths) for Customers

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There's a map for that at BNSF

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Spreading holiday cheer to military families

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BNSF takes on Avalanche Alley

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BNSF helps deliver Christmas wishes

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BNSF Focuses on Creating Strong and Lasting Ties with Tribal Nations

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BNSF on the Front Line of First Responder Training

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The Southern Transcon: Rail's Super Highway

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Heritage Community Award celebrates BNSF's relationship with railroad towns

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ALL ABOARD! BNSF expresses gratitude to first responders

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