Warbonnet 704 is missing half the cigar brand logo. It's bring up a military train with a load of strykers.
A Warbonnet followed by Yellow bonnets and Cascade Green, with stacks in the curve, are headed eastbound to the top of Cajon Pass.
BNSF 704 east chugs up to speed after going through the famous Kingman canyon. With its almost all warbonnet lash up, this manifest heads for by downtown Kingman.
Dropping down grade leaving the Tehacapi Mountains behind, a BNSF train rolls under the classic SP signal bridge just north of Mojave California.
A BNSF mixed train is about to roll off of the UP Mojave Sub and onto home rails at Mojave California as the Tehachapi Mountains loom in the distance on a beautiful late summer morning.
Passing a geographic icon of the former Rio Grande, BNSF Railway's Denver, CO to Provo, UT 'Q train' crosses Royal Road at the foot of Utah's Castle Gate.
A clean BNSF warbonnet leads a Denver, CO to Provo, Utah Q-train through the twists and turns of the Kyune gooseneck in Price River Canyon.
A telephoto lens compresses the distance and steep grade of Union Pacific's Provo Subdivision at East Gilluly, Utah. Two BNSF Railway GE Dash 9 units lead the Denver, CO to Provo, UT manifest with... (more)
While heavy rain drops from the heavens, a BNSF railway trackage rights train rolls west along the Spanish Fork River at Castilla, Utah.
BNSF 704, missing one half of it's cigar band nose logo, runs on the point of CSX manifest train Q380
The DPU on an eastbound passes work on the new bridge over the old toll road at dawn with a typical Southern California marine layer in the background.
An northbound UP on the Palmdale Cut-off gets blurred out by this eastbound BNSF engines exhaust heat. The UP awaits it's turn onto the BNSF tracks as 704 passes through Silverwood.
A BNSF stack train heads for Oakland on UP's Cal-P line at Pinole. Note the Christmas colors of this BNSF power set. HO HO HO!
Empty BNSF Grain Train climbs the hill to Peosta, IA as a CN crew takes the train west for loading. (Canon EOS20D, 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM)
An interesting paint job...The nose herald now reads "Sant" due to the fact that the complete left side of the the front of the locomotive is painted red.