A Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight crosses Bridge 208 over the Clark Fork on Montana Rail Link’s Fourth Subdivision at Donlan, Montana, on September 5, 1999. Two GE C44-9Ws in warbonnet colors... (more)
BNSF 7555, leading an empty eastbound ethanol train, sits on the main while the crew investigates a problem related to setting off a hot box detector.
The shadows slowly pull away from Warbonnet 755, revealing the iconic paint job of the former Santa Fe Railroad. In 1989 the then President of the Santa Fe Railroad (Michael Haverty) ordered the h... (more)
Rare for these parts, a BNSF warbonnet leads the daily 289 manifest west past Pewaukee Lake.
Early morning at Clovis finds this eastbound general freight departing with a nice concest of Warbonnet and NS power.
At least one of them is painted correctly.
The Santa Fe lives on...sort of...on ex-BN tracks...and a modified Warbonnet scheme....close enough for me. An eastbound is seen popping out of one of the tunnels at the Lyle highway rest stop.
BNSF 755 leads an empty grain train back to the heartland as scene at Avery along the mighty Columbia River with Mt. Hood in the background.
A Warbonnet and two mean green EMD machines have crested the Continental Divide just before sunset and will have a dark and downhill journey to Belen.
The Galesburg local climbs out of the Edwards River Valley with a short train making track speed through downtown Ophiem.
NS 255 heads west on the Huntington District bound for Peru, IN for a crew change then on west to the Lafayette District on the Illinois Division.
A colorful consist lead by a BNSF Warbonnet leads this grain train into Wayzata.
There are still some warbonnets out there in decent paint!