Long live the Warbonnet
On February 28, 1998, a welded rail train was parked on one of the sidings at Basta, in western Fullerton, California. Burlington Northern Santa Fe Dash 8-40BW 521 (ex-ATSF 521) and ATSF GP40X 38... (more)
Warbonnet 521 (B40-8W) carried the uniquely oversized BNSF letters on the doors.
Two B40-8W's move from the Denver Yard to the BNSF engine servicing facility
A small freight anchored on each end by a Warbonnet B40-8W crosses HW287 in Broomfield, CO.
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.