The Illinois Terminal heritage unit leads an empty Manitou oil train into Dilworth on a nice Winter afternoon.
A pair of Cascade Green units backs into the east end of Dilworth Yard. The east end switch crew is visible in the distance, as well as a coal train being recrewed farther back on the main.
BNSF's newest paint scheme? Maybe we should dub this the Michelin Man scheme. There obviously is a special purpose to this well disguished 70 MAC. Any one know why is it shrink wrapped?
The blue bonnets are gathering at Dilworth. Included in this view are a GP40X and a GP50.
Glowing from the last rays of the setting sun, BNSF 7202 rolls to a stop at Watts, just outside Dilworth, its crew dead on hours.
A pair of Dash-9s lead an empty "worm" eastward past the "Roundhouse" at Dilworth.
A short local, led by a pair of rebuilt GP30s, returns to Dilworth after a nights work.
"Signals West out of town". A freshly crewed Z-train departs the Dilworth yard office. Note the Southern Belle as the middle unit in the consist.
Some signs of the BN still live on.
It doesn't look like former-BN territory today, with a couple of untouched ATSF noses. The 3036 is a GP40X.
The old BN Desert Storm SD60M brings up the rear of a nice four engine consist, including unpatched Soo 6040, rolling eastward through the yard late in the day.
This former Warbonnet is looking good again with the low sun highlighting it fresh paint. Note the Dilworth rotary in background.