The BNSF emulator is a remote access tool for employees of BNSF, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad. The emulator requires java to run which can be frustrating for mobile users since both iOS and Android don't support Java. However with our app, because you're browsing from your AlwaysOnPC virtual computer hosted on our cloud, you can browse to Flash and Java based websites. There does seem to be several ways to browse to the emulator and not all of them seem work from our app. The one that a lot of people use is either www.bnsf.com/emu or http://www2.bnsf.com:8200 with mixed results, but the link that seems to work for most people is http://www2.bnsf.com:8200/jretest.html?lang=en_US&parms=def3270,enhanced,default,,&WCP_USER=&action=switch.html, which takes you directly to the emulator.
The BNSF Emulator is an employee web portal for BNSF employees to remotely access the system. The site however requires java and so you can't browse to it natively from an iPad using Safari. However with Virtual Browser for Firefox App on your iPad, anywhere that you have wi-fi signal you can access sites requiring java such as the emulator. Also works for other Java applets. There is a premium option to use JNLP and webstart apps. Note: all Java apps must be signed in order to run on Virtual Browser for Chrome App from iPad. Here's some more stuff you can do on Virtual-Browser Firefox: http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Adblock-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Adblock-plus-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Adobe-Acrobat-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Adobe-Formscentral-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Adobe-Reader-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Aleks-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/American-Greetings-ecards-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/American-Greetings-Flash-ecards-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Animal-Jam-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Animated-ecards-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Animoto-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/annotate-PDF-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Aviary-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Blackboard-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Blackboard-Collaborate-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Blue-Mountain-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Blue-Mountain-ecards-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Bridgebase-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/carnegie-online-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/edit-PDF-forms-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/edit-Prezi-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Edit-Sliderocket-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Etrade-Pro-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Europoker-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Evernote-clipper-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Evernote-web-clipper-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Evony-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Farmville-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Firefox-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Firefox-Browser-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Firefox-sync-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Free-lastpass-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/full-screen-browser-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Gametableonline-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Hallmark-Flash-cards-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Jacqui-Lawson-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/java-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/java-runtime-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Jibjab-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Kaplan-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Lastpass-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Lucidchart-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Netdania-netstation-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Okbridge-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Partypoker-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/PDF-annotations-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Pet-rescue-saga-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Pogo-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Pokerstars-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Prezi-editor-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Rattlebox-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Runescape-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Scottrade-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Sliderocket-editor-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Spring-it-web-clipper-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/SpringIt-clipper-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Springpad-Clipper-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/TDAmeritrade-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/United-Unimatic-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Xmarks-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Yahoo-toolbar-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Yoono-for-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Youtube-editor-on-ipad http://www.virtualfirefox.com/Youtube-video-editing-on-ipad
BNSF GP39 shoves 3 RTDC commuter rail EMU married pairs into Denver's Union Station on track 7 after successful wye move to re-orient odd/even pairs north/south. (Viewed from track 4)
BNSF GP39 shoves 3 RTDC commuter rail EMU married pairs into Denver's Union Station on track 7 after successful wye move to re-orient odd/even pairs north/south. (Viewed from track 6)
This has been a great year for making videos of Amtrak, BNSF, and New Mexico RailRunner trains! It's also been a good year for New Mexico Railfans who go trackside to document the action. We've made some special friends and met some great people, many of whom I don't know by name. Among those that I do know and have made this year special include Clem, Will, Elijah, and Jason from Amtrak; Cindy Lu and Butch from Lamy; and Graham, Chris, Adrian, Alex, and Matt that often join me trackside to photograph trains. The goal of Saving the Southwest Chief brought all of us together with common purpose.
Finally after uploading Indian Railways stuff for almost 10 years, got a chance to explore some of the rail corridors in US as well! Date: Saturday, 24th November 2018. Location: Flagstaff, Arizona, USA. BNSF's GE Evolution series triplets led by #7005 speeds through Flagstaff station with a westbound mixed freight with a GE Evo series banker as well! Locomotives info: #7005 - GE Evo ES44AC #6616 - GE Evo ES44C4 #3833 - GE Evo ET44C4 #6993 - GE Evo ES44C4 Thanks a lot for Watching. © UJJAWAL KASHYAP 2018 Like, comment, share and do subscribe for more action from US railroads! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kashyapujjawal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ujjawal_kashyap Twitter: https://twitter.com/ujjawalkas91 Camera used GoPro Hero5: http://amzn.in/9nIsvqF
The GE ES44DCs seen in this video are modified by me. This is BNSF ES44DC Physics Modification pack for the Stevens Pass route. In order to utilize this freeware physics upgrade, you must have purchased the "Stevens Pass Route Add-On" available at Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/222617/ This is a freeware pack; in no way is it to be used for commercial purposes. You are free, however to further modify the physics enhancements found in this pack for personal use if you so choose. THIS IS NOT A SOUND UPGRADE PACK. Physics adjustments made around the existing sounds. The purpose of this pack is to adjust the locomotive weight, motor amperage limits, and traction and braking effort values for more realistic operation. General Parameter Change Log: 1. Changed HUD ammeter function so that it displays tractive effort in thousands of pounds. This means that if the HUD ammeter reads "127 Amps", the locomotive is putting out 127,000 lbs of tractive effort. 3. Changed HUD ammeter function so that it displays braking effort in the following manner: If the HUD ammeter reads "-345.2 Amps", the locomotive is putting out 34,520 lbs of dynamic braking effort. 4. Adjusted tractive effort rating and curve for locomotive based on the specifications listed below. 5. Adjusted dynamic brake effort rating and curve for locomotive based on the specifications listed below. Specific horsepower and tractive effort ratings used in calculation for individual locomotive variants: 1. GE ES44DC (GE GEVO-12; 4700 GHP) a. Starting tractive effort of 142,000 lbs (631.64 kN). b. Continuous tractive effort of 105,680 lbs (470.08 kN) @ 12.9 mph. c. Traction horsepower at wheel is 4,390 hp (3,276.12 kW); efficiency rating of 93.4%. d. Max Dynamic Brake effort of 74,675 lbs (332.171 kN) @ 26.2 mph to 9 mph; extended range sawtooth function between those speeds; linear fade from max brake effort @ 9 mph to 0 lbs @ 3.5 mph. e. Dynamic Brake horsepower at wheel is 5,212.6 hp (3,890 kW). f. Increased weight of 190.509 metric tons (420,000 lbs). g. Maximum speed of 75 mph. h. Fuel consumption @ notch 8 is 210 gallons per hour. IMPORTANT; Install Instructions 1. Locate the following directory: (C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\RailWorks\Assets\GNTX\StevensPass) 2. Open Railworks_BNSF_Stevens_Pass_GE_ES44DC_Physics_Mod_Pack.rar 2a. Before proceeding to step 3, make sure your "GNTX" folder is NOT set to "read only". You can change the folder settings using the properties function. IF the "GNTX" folder is read only, the files will not overwrite existing files when you attempt step 3. 3. Drag the file folder from the .rar in step 2 into the directory you opened in step 1. Overwrite if asked. 4. The installation should be complete. Run TS2015 to check. Thank you for downloading and installing. Enjoy =) Download link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/z8j7ghz8xbmfmf1/TS2015_Stevens_Pass_BNSF_GE_ES44DC_Physics_Mod_Pack.rar
Locomotive cab view of Perry, Oklahoma during the first snow of the season. This on the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway's Avard Sub between Enid and Tulsa.
Video segments with captions (CC) of a night time cab ride aboard Soo Line freight train number 437 West. The two diesel locomotives and 34 car COFC (container on flat car) intermodal train departs the former Milwaukee Road yard at Bensenville, Illinois. It heads west over 100 miles where the recording ends shortly after crossing the Mississippi River arriving at Sabula, Iowa. Crew members were conductor Tom Meirhoff and engineer George Brinson. Locomotives: SOO 6602 (SD40-2) lead and SOO 4600 (GP40) trail. 6000 total HP. Recorded on January 17-18, 1995.