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Connecting Communities by Rail


Responsible Citizen and Good Neighbor

For more than 160 years, BNSF Railway has been an essential connector – safely and efficiently transporting freight from point A to point B. But we don't just move freight; we touch people and communities along the way. We're proud to tell our story and how we strive to be a trusted partner worthy of your respect.

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BNSF proudly hires military veterans
BNSF Railway proudly hires military veterans and people who have served in the military often have skills and characteristics that translate well to the world of railroading..
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Children's hospital patients enjoy superhero capes made by BNSF employees
Patients at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas received colorful superhero capes made by hand by employees of BNSF Railway's Industrial Products business unit.
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BNSF Summer Intern Hosanna Escalante learns about running a rail network
Hosanna Escalante, a senior mechanical engineering student at the University of Houston, spent the summer working at BNSF Railway as an intern in the Engineering Department.
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Community Involvement

Topeka Employees Help Community in Annual Volunteer Event

BNSF employees help build playground in California
BNSF employees joined 300 volunteers on Oct. 15 to help build a new playground in San Bernardino, Calif.
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BNSF Contributes to Glacier National Park

BNSF moves disabled artillery shells for display at the Battleship Iowa Museum
In 2014, the Navy donated 150 16-by-50-inch caliber projectiles to the USS Iowa World War II museum. BNSF donated a portion of the transportation to safely move the projectiles cross-country.
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BNSF Foundation Donates to Red Cap Exhibits

BNSF provides Make-A-Wish train ride for sixth year in North Texas
Children and families members gathered at the Fort Worth Stockyards Station on Oct. 18 to climb aboard for the 6th annual BNSF Make-A-Wish train ride.
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Friends of BNSF: A special website for all BNSF enthusiasts

Now on the Friends site:

  • Discussions page helps you see what members are talking about and join the conversation
  • Fascinating stories of current and past BNSF employees who have served in the U.S. military
  • Pictures and descriptions of Friends members railroad memorabilia
  • BNSF hosts a Girl Scouts troop for Classroom to Career program
  • Amazing model train layout by BNSF employee

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