The BNSF Hastings turn with a pink bonnet on the point is out of Lincoln as it approaches Berks siding just east of Crete for a meet with an opposing manifest train.
A very faded "pink" bonnet is on the move south of Fremont on the Sioux Line.
Back in the mid to late 90s, this was a common lashup on a road manifest. Not so much anymore. I was lucky enough to catch this Lincoln-Hastings manifest with an all ATSF lashup just after it left... (more)
A BNSF war bonnet brings an NS Triple Crown train east past the old Wabash Railroad Depot.
Ex-Santa Fe 650, still in faded warbonnet paint, leads a stack train towards the Pacific Northwest
I love the character that the Santa Fe C44-9Ws' have acquired after years of hard service in adverse desert conditions. BNSF 650 is seen climbing the main at Woodford.
BNSF 650 leads a westbound stack train around the bend through Swarthout Canyon.
Two similar but different warbonnet's take the lead down Cajon Canyon.
Crossing over Cajon Creek.
A rare meet of two westbound trains at Cajon Station. The train on main #1, the upper track, actually slowed down to make the meet occur. There was probably another six railfans at this location t... (more)