BN 1 holds at East Union depot with the Nebraska Zeyphr train set as it waits for the coach train to clear East Switch before proceeding east down the mainline to Kishwaukee Grove.
The sun sets as BN 1 departs East Union Depot with the Coach train, seen here passing East Switch.
BN 1 leads the coach train on the Illinois Railway Museum Mainline, seen here exiting Johnson Siding.
The BN executive wagons lead the coach train past Johnson's siding.
The coach train rolls eastbound through the farm fields in Union, IL. Burlington Northern 1 (EMD F9A) leads five F Unit set, trailing are the Burlington Northern 2 (EMD F9B), Metra 308 (EMD F7A), ... (more)
Five F-units lead the coach train through Johnson's siding east of Union for Diesel Days. This is possibly the craziest consist I've ever seen at the IRM.
Five F-units lead the coach train past Spaulding Tower and into station track 2 at IRM. Only here during Diesel Days can you see five Fs together on a train!
BN 1, BN 2 and BN 3, the A-B-A set of Burlington Northern Executive wagons, lead the coach train on this beautiful afternoon.
Wagons east! BN 1, BN 2, METX 308, MILW 118C and CNW 411 power the coach train at Seeman Road.
The sunset is close to being over and the blue hour begins. In this 30 second exposure four cab units displayed, BN 1 F9A, C&NW 411 F7A, MILW 118-C F7A, and MILW 37-A E9A.
Yard 5 at IRM generally has a couple of units lined up for morning light. Here the BN 1 and UP 1848 fit that description.
A display of BN units was put together for visiting "Friends of Burlington Northern" members. Here the BN 1, BN 2, BN 5383 and BN 3 are lined up under the sanding tower at IRM.
BN F9 1 sits on display at the IRM.
BN1 and BN2 bring a business car special train thru Ashland, NE in 1990.
Yes, there really was a Cascade green Burlington Northern No. 1. Before BN assigned No. 1 to an executive F9 (officially labeled F9-2) locomotive rebuilt in 1990, BN had a former Great Northern NW... (more)