BNSF 521 pulling lumber out of Boulder Colorado
BNSF 521's Warbonnet paint still looks fairly good after all these years, albeit a little sunburnt.
Warbonnet 521 (B40-8W) waits at the Longmont Depot for orders.
Warbonnet BNSF 521 waits next to the Longmont train depot, a stone structure built in 1898 by Colorado & Southern Railroad.
You can usually find unique power working the yards in Longmont, Colorado. This pair of B40-8W's look great in the Warbonnet livery.
These two Warbonnet bookends were catching some Colorado sun while on a siding in Longmont, Colorado. Both of these B40-8W units were built in 1990 for the ATSF. Long live the Warbonnets.
A pair of B40-8W's lead by the uniquely marked BNSF 521 cross the South Platte River and head to the BNSF maintenance facility.
After catching a 6:30am flight out of Atlanta for Denver, we were treated with this BNSF local as our first train in the great state of Colorado. BNSF B40-8W #521 & GP40M #3003 hustle north with t... (more)
Veteran Warbonnet BNSF 521 (B40-8W built in 1990), with oddly oversized lettering on the body, waits amongst the pumpkins in the BNSF engine servicing facility.
After doing work on the Lafayette Branch, the Buck Local led by BNSF B40-8W No. 521 takes its power to the south end of Broomfield, Colorado so they can run around their train before proceeding ba... (more)
The geese are flying north as a cold January morning finds a variety of BNSF power waiting for servicing and assignments in the BNSF engine facility in Denver.
After meeting a northbound empty coal train, the Buck Local led by two B40-8Ws leave the city of Boulder, CO as they trundle along with boxcars, centerbeams, and a caboose.
Power for BNSF's Z-train pulls forward as the KCS power moves back to couple onto its cut of Dallas-bound pigs.
BNSF 521 idles away in the BNSF Engine Facility.
BNSF 521 idles away in the afternoon sun. Notice how the side reads BNSF, yet the cigar band around the nose still says Santa Fe.