BNSF sand is rounding the super elevated Westminster Curve with venerable Warbonnet BNSF 785 in the lead into the last moments of sun on a winters evening.
Red and Silver in Cajon Pass just looks right! BNSF 785 brings up the rear of this westbound at Blue Cut.
In an endless sea of orange and black, a familiar and refreshing sight returns to the Cajon Subdivision as a red and silver Warbonnet GE Dash 9 leads a westbound intermodal train down Cajon Pass a... (more)
Warbonnet paint returns to Cajon Pass leading a Phoenix to San Bernardino Intermodal.
Westbound BNSF(geographically east) passes the west end of the new Linroth siding at Osborn,IL..
A short unit steel coil train lead by a single warbonnet GE, holds at Goffs for 2 westbounds to run around.
BNSF 785 heads east past station sign Benson. The cloud in the background is from the CVEC ethonal plant. The temperature was 23 below at the time.
I can't help but keep portraying the beautiful warbonnets while they are still here.
The person who arranged this consist actually knows what goes first - the warbonnet, even when it never belonged to Santa Fe.
A very nice warbonnet leads an orange sister around a big curve east of downtown Elk River.