A pair of warbonnets exit the natural cut tunnel east of Belden, California as they guide a BNSF manifest through the treacherous Feather River Canyon.
A pair of warbonnets cling to the cliffs of the Feather River Canyon as they lead a BNSF manifest passed the Rock Creek Dam on a warm April afternoon.
BNSF 729 rounds the tight turns at James, California as it ducts under Highway 70 and descends the Feather River Route. It appears a fire may have damaged the side left side of BNSF 729.
A "Santa Fe" warbonnet leads a westbound train along the banks of the Feather River as it cruises into Serpentine Canyon. Here, wires help protect trains from crashing into potential rockslides.
BNSF 729 and 624, which both sport the "Santa Fe" warbonnet paint scheme, cross the mighty Clear Creek trestle as they approach Keddie, California with a long manifest train in tow.
BNSF 729 cruises through the depths of the Feather River Canyon as it leads a large manifest along the ex-Western Pacific mainline near Pulga.
BNSF 729 and a mile long manifest wind their way through the Feather River Canyon as a snow capped Bald Eagle Mountain looms in the distance.