It's a good day when you see a Warbonnet - it's a great day when you see the Warbonnet twins BNSF 520 and 521 (Dash8-40BW's) teaming up.
The Cadiz Local nears the end of its journey as it tears through TROY interlocking east of Newberry Springs. Recent rains provided a rare pool of water. to the left of the right of way.
The Buck Local led by two Warbonnet B40-8W's completes their run from Lyons after picking up 27 cars from the CEMEX Cement Plant. The train is passing the Time-Call Spur, which at one time was par... (more)
It's almost the end of October and plenty of the Fall Colors can still be seen in most areas through out the Colorado Front Range. Here, BNSF B40-8W's no's. 520 and 521 shove loaded coal hoppers a... (more)
A pair of B40-8W's sandwich a GP60B on the 427 local making a run from Barstow, IL to Rock Island and return.
Westbound Barstow/Thompson Local readies to leave Joslin,IL. with another westbound waiting behind on a busy little sub-division.
A pair of B40-8W's sandwich a GP60B on the 427 job.
Re-numbered BNSF 560 @ Barstow. Photo taken with permission with full PPE.
Rolling fast across the vast stretch of the Mojave, an eastbound double stack appears on the double tracked "transcon." (View 2)
Rolling fast across the vast stretch of the Mojave, an eastbound double stack appears on the double tracked "transcon." (View 1)
Two BNSF Warbonnet B40-8W's sit in front of the former Butterball plant in Longmont, being demolished for a future housing development.
This weary looking Dash-8 can be found working the Denver Yard, providing needed muscle to hump long strings of rolling stock.
The BNSF Clinton Local comes off the south end of the Crescent bridge. The bridge builders plate shows date built as 1898 for the Davenport Rock Island and North Western RR..