The BNSF "Golden Swoosh" is on the point of this Detroit to Bellevue manifest on a frigid January morning.
BNSF's only unit with yellow lettering leads this eastbound near Silverwood.
With the Washington state line only a few feet away, BNSF 7695, the gold bar unit, leads a Portland bound auto train with only minutes of sunlight left.
The golden Swoosh leads a Q train past the red Navajo sandstones of Eastern Arizona.
The golden swoosh GEVO leads the Q - Clovis to Richmond through the signals at West Baca.
After holding for track and time the only Yellow ES44DC got a highgreen and blasting off Under a classic SF cantilever signal bridge.
Grain loads for Interbay, WA cruise through Hawley behind the one of a kind yellow logo.
The only yellow BNSF-ed GEVO does all it can to hold back it's train while gliding down into the Red River valley, as evident by the large amount of heat being dispersed.
A rare sight pokes through the frosty sunrise leading the daily merchandise train from Grand Forks into Morris.
The one of a kind yellow power bar BNSF 7695 races east as it nears its next crew change point of Needles.
The one of a kind yellow power bar BNSF ES44DC 7695
leads an eastbound across the Colorado River into
Not just "any" modern GE leading, this is the only unit to wear the BNSF "swoosh" in yellow...still would prefer the second unit leading....
Westbound BNSF manifest along Colorado River is nearing Grand Junction with 7695 (yellow "swoosh" on nose) leading.
This was a nice surprise. I knew 7695 was in the area, but I didn't expect to see it, let alone leading.
BNSF's special yellow swoosh is in town today. A crew member switches it and its consist around the yard to prepare it to clamp onto a manifest and take it west.