Bnsf 9647 leans into the curve in old monroe on the Hannibal sub glad to see this unit before it was gone.
The one and only Barf Bonnet leads an Alma empty into the setting sun and through the Wing River sag in Verndale.
With rumors flying around of this one of a kind paint scheme being covered up, I figured my chances of seeing it were dashed. Even when it was planned to come through again, it would be in the we... (more)
The one and only Barf Bonnet leads an Alma empty through Frazee after sunset. The Barf Bonnet is scheduled to be repainted into Heritage 3 (Swoosh) sometime in the very near future.
An eastbound coal train is about to crossover at CTC Connett enroute to Galesburg. This train has just crossed the Mississippi River at Burlington, IA, and is now on the Illinois side of the river... (more)
On its maiden voyage south for display to the management. And the management wasn't pleased.
BNSF 9647 & 9151 have just pulled these empties from DTE Railcar and are heading west.
BNSF 9647, BNSF 8239 and NS 9581 pass the southbound signal at PD as they take the east leg of the wye into Port Reading Yard.
The last time BNSF 9647 a.k.a. the ""Vomit Bonnet" showed up on RP.net, the year was 2009 and it was making its rounds in Wisconsin and Minnesota on CP. Now it's 2011 and the one-of-a-kind SD70MAC... (more)
The BNSF 9647 leads another MAC on empty coal train that is nearing the Mississippi River Bridge and the crossing from Illinois to Iowa at Burlington, IA. The 9647 was the first locomotive to bear... (more)
The one of kind painted BNSF 9647 leads NS 168 west as
it leans into a curve departing Huntingburg Indiana.
A famous or infamous BNSF unit leads coal loads into Superior as stormy skies move out.
The Barf Bonnet takes a break at Lake City.
The relatively famous "Vomit Bonnet," BNSF's first attempt at a heritage paint scheme, was a pleasant surprise on this rainy afternoon in Maple Springs.