A pair of American icons, each in their own light, meet at "The Steak House" restaurant and bar for the first and likely last time. The famous "Warbonnet" paint scheme adorns a C44-9W, still earni... (more)
Former Santa Fe 609 heads east over the Highway 60 bridge and is about to cross the massive Pecos River bridge in Fort. Sumner, New Mexico.
More red cliff and ex-ATSF warbonnets as this eastbound grain empty passes through Thoreau,NM 12/26/11.
BNSF 609 leads a grain empty at MP 108 BNSF Gallup Sub, just west of Bluewater,NM 12/26/11. About 2 feet of snow is on the ground from 2 snowstorms that hit Western New Mexico in a weeks time.
A late christmas present from BNSF. 3 ex-ATSF warbonnets lead a BNSF grain empty eastbound through scenery familiar to the Sante Fe, the beautiful red cliffs east of Gallup,NM. This shot was taken... (more)
With a Warbonnet in charge, a Z8 gets back on the move at Bealville. The second unit, which I forgot its number, is still a smoker, as I had it on my train last night and made fun of its ability t... (more)
An old warbonnet powers up as it leads a westbound manifest through the new Hwy 12 corridor.
Sunset at Belmont Avenue as a Santa Fe C44-9W splits the Q signals.
With a view like this and a train on the bridge, what more can you ask for?
NTWGAL with a faded and tired-looking warbonnet in the lead heads across the Wisconsin River.
This ex Santa Fe unit still has some pretty good looking paint as it heads east to meet the daily Z train at Wayzata.
AHHHHHH the Good-ole-days