BNSF's Local based out of Grand Jct. CO makes the trek out to Parachute, located approximately 45 miles East of Grand Jct. every Monday-Wednesday-Friday.
Here it is seen here approaching Tunnel s... (more)
BNSF 521 (B40-8W) has lost its Warbonnet paint and is now painted in the Heritage III scheme.
Warbonnets over Burke’s Hill
The Buck Local works south toward Lafayette at Louisville, CO around the curve at Burke’s Hill. A venerable Warbonnet leader #521 was doing the... (more)
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.