Google Maps is an awesome tool, and the company has made it easy to create a map of your local area.
But what about the actual details of the rail system?
For example, where do you draw the lines for the trains?
What does it mean when a railway line is in the “blue”, or the “red”?
These are all questions that are up for debate, and one of the reasons for this is that Google doesn’t provide any answers on the subject.
There is one thing, though, and that is the BNSF Railway Map (BNSF) that Google offers.
It is a map that you can download for free, and it will show you the track lines that connect the different sections of the B.N.S.D.E.R. network.
This includes the tracks that run on the northern portion of the Pacific Ocean.
The map also shows the location of the tracks in different locations.
So, if you want to draw a track from the BNT, you need to draw it from the Pacific, and then from the North Coast.
And that’s exactly what we do here at The Rail Road, and we’ve created a free BNSB map to help you with that.
The BNSFs Railway Map is available for free download.
If you want a more in-depth look at the BNNs, you can also find out what the tracks are and how they are laid out on the map.
We’ll also share our findings on what the trains are made of, and why they have different colours.
So go ahead and download it, and let us know what you think in the comments section below.
You can see how the BNNSF is laid out in the image below.