This was the first visit to Denver of the first BNSF merger scheme so the local railfans were out in force chasing this train from the Kansas border into Denver.
An odd visitor to NS's C Line in the form of BNSF SD60M 9297 leads a loaded Wansley coal train, 708 as it strolls through the north side of Carrollton, Georgia in April 2003. (Slide Scan)
BNSF 9297 wearing the experimental BNSF Heritage paint scheme on its first run westbound at Lisle Illinois.
One of a kind BNSF 9297 leads the M CASDEN3 05 approaching Burns Jct. at Broomfield, CO.
SD60M BN 9297 was repainted into this experimental scheme after the BN + ATSF merger in 1996. The red s... (more)
Departing McCook, Nebraska, on August 10th, 2015, is BNSF Railway train U-TMCCXA0-40 (Unit Train; Tampa CO to Smithboro IL [CSX], then to Amoco, VA) behind BNSF SD70ACe 9297 and Norfolk Southern D... (more)
As dusk settles in over Powder River Basin at 8:49 p.m. on June 18, 2015, a BNSF coal load dims its lights for a northbound empty as it chases the DPU of another southbound BNSF load on top of Log... (more)
In mid-1996, Burlington Northern Santa Fe was looking for an image to represent the new railroad and had VMV in Paducah paint up former BN SD60M No. 9297 in this experimental scheme, with each sid... (more)
The one of a kind experimentally painted BNSF SD60M pauses at 5th St for a pick up during a system wide tour for crew reaction.
A nice surprise!
This coal train from Antelope Mine, WY to Aurora, MN for Minnesota Power& Light looks like a page out of the past. Take off the ACE's and added some SD40's or C30's and this all BN steel coal trai... (more)
Such a dead area is magically brightened up by the bright presence of Q368.
Foreign visitors take Q368 down the hill past the Mance PO
Experimental paint scheme locomotive 9297 leads a short, southbound unit grain train past a pair of KCS GP38s awaiting a Z train coming right behind the grain load.
This one-of-a-kind engine is the last thing I thought I'd ever find in Lafayette on the connection between the KB&S and NS.