An ATSF yellowbonnet leads L-CHI102 to Galesburg Illinois under an ATSF cantilever on the BNSF Chillicothe Sub.
A trio of Geeps thunder west out of Joliet with the Galesburg bound L CHI102. An ATSF Bluebonnet leads the way, followed by a BN Cascade green and an H3.
BNSF eastbound at Briar Bluff,IL..
The very colorful Santa Fe scheme of a GP39-2 working the Denver Yard.
A classic Bluebonnet idles away at the Eola Yard. *Note: This photo was taken on private property, with permission.
It was a Santa Fe kind of afternoon at Eola. Bluebonnet GP39-2 2846 awaits its next assignment as Warbonnets 921 and 656 pass by with the H BRCNTW. *Note: This photo was taken on private property,... (more)
The damage to BNSF 2846, including a split fuel tank, is quite apparent after colliding with BNSF 1961. There were no injuries since both units were being operated remotely.
BNSF 2846 lookes great in the Blue and Yellow ATSF scheme - a nice departure from the many orange units running around the Denver area.
The damage is clearly visible on BNSF 2846 where BNSF 1961 sideswiped it.
Feeling right at home, this original Santa Fe GP39-2 built in 1975 leads today’s YPUE-101 as it continues to build its train at the former Santa Fe yard in Pueblo which was built in 1950.
With Pikes Peak looming in the back ground, the “hill cut” rounds a curve after crossing the Arkansas River bridge and begins the journey to the Evraz Rocky Mountain Steel Mill as it is lead today... (more)