A pair of former ATSF warbonnets are the power on todays 627 local. The duo is seen here passing the rear DPU of a loaded coal drag near the grain elevator in Emerald. Both units were built for, a... (more)
Local power, BNSF 662 & 570, heading west to Grand Island.
BNSF 662 leads the Lincoln-Hastings manifest through a completely white landscape. This area is beautiful during the Summer with wildflowers and cornfields but in the Winter the landscape is dead.
BNSF 662 (nicknamed the Fraud Bonnet because of it's apparent identity crisis) leads a newer GEVO Westbound with the LINLIN in tow.
A trio of Ex-ATSF Warbonnet Dash-9's sit stored at the BNSF Topeka Shops. You'll be hard pressed to find another side by side by side trio of these just about anywhere else these days.
A pair of Ex-Santa Fe Warbonnets sit in repose at the BNSF Topeka Shops in storage. The 662 has had paint repairs since the merger and sports BNSF on the cigar band and an orange air conditioner,... (more)
A westbound BNSF Z train hustles along the base of the Palisades on a humid afternoon. Note that the original "Santa Fe" in No. 662's cigar band has been replaced with "BNSF".
BNSF 662 is on the point of this westbound stack train at Austin waiting on eastbound light helpers before its run over Mullan Pass.
A unit aggregate train for Wichita pulls out the siding at Clements after meeting a few eastbounds on the La Junta Sub.
BNSF 662 leads a Carrolton, Missouri to Wichita, Kansas aggregate train towards the east end of Clements Siding. The train will duck in and meet three trains, one of which was already holding the ... (more)
Viewed from a pedestrian overpass, a westbound train with a Warbonnet leader pulls into Willmar off the Wayzata Sub. To the right you can see the yellow front end of rotary BN 972551, which was d... (more)
DPU does have its moments, like this Warbonnet shoving an eastbound toward Summit.
BNSF 662 leads a whole rainbow of power on today's South Seattle, WA bound Z train. The re-lettered cigar band was slightly irritating...