BNSF 685 in warbonnet paint leading a mixed freight by Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Ky.
BNSF 675 in Santa Fe warbonnet paint is street running in LaGrange, Ky. LaGrange was ready for July 4th celebration as a pedestrian impatiently runs across the tracks in front of the train.
Seeing these units from one of the final orders of locomotives delivered to the Santa Fe before the merger is always bittersweet. Nineteen years ago this was the pride of the Superfleet.
It's just a few days from Independence Day and Main Street in La Grange is decorated accordingly.. Behind a pair of Santa Fe -9's, Q573 breaks the silence and disrupts traffic for a few minutes on... (more)
K657 is southbound into Leipsic with two BNSF warbonnets in full ATSF paint. It is sure nice to see a pair of these in 2013.
A pair of true heritage units, formerly ATSF 685 and 604, lead a Florida-bound ethanol train under the B&O signal bridge at North Cairo during a heavy downpour.
A pair of recently reactivated Santa Fe Warbonnets are in charge of a loaded ethanol train rolling south under stormy skies. Just moments before, the driving rain nearly forced me to skip over doi... (more)
A west bound BNSF manifest with a mixed bag of BNSF and UP GEs charges through Ludlow, Ca. bound for Barstow.
NS 379 passes Attica with a Warbonnet on point.
Shortly before shooting the Amtrak shot just west of here, we had latched onto this WB Z train near Browning, entering the siding at Bison for his meet with Amtrak. His The fresh snow, and brigh... (more)
BNSF C44-9W 685 and SD40-2 7143 pull a southbound mixed freight on a sunny evening as a large thunderstorm moves across the Nebraska Panhandle to the southeast.
Traffic is getting back underway after a derailment between Williamsfield and Yost the day before as an old Santa Fe soldier leads them westbound around Houlihans curve late in the afternoon.