Dressed in warbonnet red, Burlington Northern Santa Fe GE C44-9W No. 747 thunders westward with a freight past the milepost 192 semaphores east of St. Regis, Montana, on June 30, 2000.
Looking right at home where these units once dominated, BNSF 747 in Warbonnet colors brings up the rear of a westbound HTULBAR at Yucca on the Seligman Sub.
BNSF C44-9W 746 is seen leading an eastbound work train over the Colorado River at Topock, Az - 12/03/2014
The westbound H-train originating at Galesburg terminating at Grand Forks exits the siding at McIntosh after the passing of an eastbound unit coal train for the Minnesota Power facility at Cohaset... (more)
Another Grain Extra heads east for Ayer, MA, this time with quite the colorful lashup, including a warbonnet for a leader!
Another Grain Extra heads east for Ayer, MA, this time with a warbonnet leader!
Wearing the Santa Fe inspired red & silver warbonnet paint scheme, BNSF Dash 9 #747 drops down out of the Tehachapi pass and down into the Mojave sink. 747 is passing MP 377 north of Mojave and is... (more)
BNSF 747 eases its train through the cross-overs at South Mojave crossing from main1 on UP's Mojave Sub to BNSF's Mojave Sub. The colorful consist brings back memories of BNSF consists from the la... (more)
A colorful BNSF Railway Provo, UT - Stockton, CA manifest glides west through the Thanksgiving Point business park at Mesa. At right, construction crews put the finishing touches on UTA's new comm... (more)
Eastbound vehicles working uphill past the small yard at Essex.A nice bonus is the pair of Warbonnets up front.
Eastbound vehicles starting up the grade towards Summit.At right is a helper set which this guy will not have to use.
Six BNSF GEs including ex-ATSF Dash 9-44CWs 747 and 683 idle at the west side of Thornton Yard’s diesel shop.
This power set awaiting duty at the Raton yards.
A BNSF bonnet on point of three more dash-9s and a short string of loaded well cars waits for signals as a manifest heads east
A valley of urban trees and downtown Minneapolis frame three GEs.