BNSF 512, still wearing warbonnet paint leads a local freight on BNSF's Chillicothe Subdivision right as the sun is about to set in the small town of Verona,Illinois.
L CHI102 is running wrong main today due to switch problems. It's a classic Santa Fe scene as Warbonnet B40-8W 512 leads the way under the ATSF cantilevers in Verona.
Two former Santa Fe Warbonnet B40-8Ws, with a GP60B thrown in the middle, lead the 101 local east through Joliet.
After working Joliet Yard, M CHIGAL highballs west out of town with a pair of Santa Fe Warbonnets bracketing a GP60B.
The "BN Clinton" passes the rock memorial to armed services in LeClaire with "pinky" leading.
Warbonnets on the north end of the ALCOA plant.
A pair of ratty and faded, but still proud Santa Fe warbonnets wait for a track warrant onto the mainline to head back to Rock Island.
BNSF heritage units on the Rock Island Local.
Two warbonnets faded to almost pretty in pink come in on the north lead to switch airplane wings at Alcoa.
BNSF's twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local was approaching Greenland led by a very unusual for this local exSanta Fe B40
After shoving out of GM Yard, a worn out warbonnet heads west at CP Harbor with the way freight for Galesburg.