BNSF GE C44-9W No. 632 leads a westbound freight down Crawford Hill on the lower portion of the large horseshoe curve below Belmont, Nebraska, on July 13, 2008. The former Santa Fe Dash 9 has seen... (more)
A trio of Warbonnet Dash 9's lead the M-GALGAL into the siding at Warner.
A pair of Santa Fe Warbonnets and a Heritage 1 Dash 9 lead a manifest onto the BRC at Cicero Illinois
A pair of old Santa Fe Warbonnet Dash 9s lead NTCBRC south past Archer Ave.
Shortly after getting off the BNSF at 31st Street, H NTWBRC makes its way south down the BRC at LeMoyne. A pair of Santa Fe Warbonnets and a Heritage 1 Dash 9 make for a great lash-up from the '90... (more)
A pair of Santa Fe Warbonnet Dash 9s and a BNSF H1 Dash 9 lead H-NTWBRC east past the historic water tower of Riverside.
The H-NTWBRC heads south through Nerska with about 4,000ft of train in tow. It's not far from it's destination of Clearing Yard on the BRC in the near southside, and is slamming the diamonds of th... (more)
A pair of Santa Fe veterans lead the BRCNTW through Naperville. These old Warbonnets may look a bit tattered, but they're still getting the job done in 2014!
A painted and patched nose still cannot hide the tired look of this veteran Warbonnet, BNSF 632 (Dash944CW), as it leads a freight out of the Denver Yard.
One of the old Superfleet Dash-9s 632 decends the Cajon pass and heels to the large curve that swings trains out of Swarthout Canyon and into the Blue Cut area on Cajon. Today the old 600's (and m... (more)