Led by warbonnet-dressed GE C44-9W No. 775, an eastbound BNSF freight skirts Frog Pond just west of Trout Creek, Montana, on September 22, 2012.
An eastbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe intermodal train climbs Marias Pass at Marias, Montana, on a sunny September 9, 1999. Clean warbonnet GE Dash 9 No. 775 leads Cascade green BN EMD SD40-2 ... (more)
BNSF 775 South climbs the stiff grade that starts at the Columbia River.
Help Wanted: A BNSF helper set shoves on the rear end of an eastbound manifest freight heading up the western slope of Marias Pass. The train is seen here, crossing the Goat Lick Trestle ne... (more)
What a way to officially start shooting digital. Being from the old school I was reluctant to give up shooting slides and on a trip to southern California I had just finished my last roll. I'm hea... (more)
I was pleasantly surprised to see a Warbonnet in such good condition!
Happens everytime, you race to get ahead of the train, the train stops, you wait, the sun sets, here comes the train. Oh well atleast it allowed for a pan shot of a very nice leader on train 187.
A nice warbonnet leader leads 187 off the third main at CP River.
Two competitors in the Pacific Northwest hold strong against each other. BNSF owning the tracks and UP owning trackage rights.
Eastbound doublestacks at the top of Nelson Canyon.
As the Route 66 song says, "Don't forget Winona" - how could you with morning views like this of the BNSF Seligman sub? This intermodal train is heading east on the "transcon".
Recent snowstorms have kept the Mile High City covered in a wintry white. BNSF's Pasco, WA, to Fort Worth, TX, on main track two passes another BNSF train. Tracks at right operated by Denver RTD l... (more)
A very bizarre consist on a eastbound manifest train. Leading is a D9-44CW Warbonnet, next a GP60M, then a UP SD70ACE, followed lastly by a D9-44CW in H2 paint.