A pair of Warbonnet GEs bracket a pair of GP60Bs on a pig train passing by Joliet Union Station. Notice the paint already peeling off of the nose of the lead unit. Bob Zwiers photo.
Former Santa Fe #556 and a BNSF SD40-2 rest on the house track in Longmont, CO after a winter storm delivered some snow through out the morning.
The Longmont Switch sits on the house track in Longmont while the Buck Local power in the background sits on the Turkey Lead on a mild Thursday night.
The Cadiz Local shows off its full spectrum of power on this lazy curve as it approaches Barstow Yard. Someone art the power desk must've been a buff!
Santa Fe, all the way!!! The holiday-outlawed Cadiz Local is finally making its way back home to Barstow with some nostalgia-inducing power! Just a quick grab off the road before chasing on!
The Buck Local power idles on the Turkey Lead in Longmont, CO as snow continues to fall.
ATSF B40-8W 518 and 556 lead an employees special eastbound at Pinole on July 4, 1992. The consist is Santa Fe business cars 62, 60 and 89. The Pinole depot is boarded up but still used by MOW cre... (more)
One of the most faded of the BNSF Warbonnets, this Dash8-40BW still works pulling freight around the Front Range.
Two models of B40-8 sit in the yard at Aurora. BNSF 517 & 8617 currently power the locals out of Aurora.
Passing through Minneola BNSF 543 leads it's train that will be dropped in a siding further down the line and the power will return light to Barstow.
BNSF 543 still in Santa Fe red and Silver leads this rainbow of color at Daggett.
With BNSF's recent power shortage, trains are being moved out of the yard and parked in sidings along the Needles Sub, such the case with this eastbound with the normal Cadiz Local power.
Five four-axle diesels wait at Caliente to lift a hot intermodal train to Barstow over the Tehachapi Mountains. Following the leading GE are four EMD GP60M with the nos. 155, 130, 105 and 109.