In the town of Strafford there's a small, old fashion ice cream shop, called Papaw's Kookies and Kream Ice Cream Parlor, complete with a working jukebox. The best part is it's right next to BNSF's... (more)
The red on this Warbonnet has not fared too well. It seems only the B40-8W series Warbonnets retain their original red color. The Dash 9's turned a pinkish hue over time.
With the sun highlighting its freshly painted nose, BNSF AC44C4M #599 rolls into Whitefish leading an eastbound grain train. The rebuilt GE was originally built as ATSF 666 in 9/1994.
BNSF 599, a rebuilt GE AC44C4M, leads an eastbound grain train into Whitefish Yard for a crew change through the gateless Birch Point Drive grade crossing. The unit was formerly ATSF 666.
It is 'old school' day at the BNSF engine servicing facility, with Burlington Northern and Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway in attendance.
BNSF AC44C4M rebuild 599 at Everett.
Here are two of the former AT&SF freight workhorses; BNSF 599 (Dash944CW) and BNSF 925 (C40-8W).
The new year just would not start right without a couple Warbonnets. Also of note are the three BNSF units lashed together in the back - one each of the Heritage I, II and III schemes. The sleek... (more)
Renumbered for (dare I type it?) 666. It got me to thinking. Biblically isn't the "mark of the beast" DCLXVI? Think about it.
BNSF 599 (ex-ATSF 666) leads the one of a kind Z train from Fresno,CA to Chicago,IL through Suwanee,NM 12/22/11. This train runs 4 days a week, and usually consists of stacks, refrigerated box car... (more)
Resting between runs at BNSF Railway's North Yard in Saginaw, Texas, is engine 599. This is the only former Santa Fe Dash 9-44CW that did not retain it's original number (such as ATSF 600 ... (more)
BNSF 599, previously number 666, idles in the siding at COPLANT west of Grand Island.
A pair of Santa Fe warbonnets arrived CP's Bensenville Yard with a vehicle train from Logistics Park.
A pair of Santa Fe warbonnets bring a vehicle train to the CP at Edgington.
A matched set, including orange air conditioners, leads the Priority UPS Train from St. Paul, MN - Chicago, IL (Cicero Yard).