Warbonnet-clad BNSF GE C44-9W No. 741 leads an eastbound grain empty over the causeway west of Trout Creek, Montana, on the afternoon of September 24, 2009.
Warbonnet 741 holds station in the pumpkin patch at the Denver engine servicing facility.
There has been an increase the sightings of Warbonnets in the Denver area over the last few weeks. Long live the Warbonnet.
The setting sun is just barely above the horizon as this westbound Kansas City, KS to Amarillo, TX manifest rolls west between Wellsville and Ottawa.
A trio of red and silver warbonnets lead BNSF's Denver, CO - Stockton, CA trackage rights manifest through Riverton on Sept. 1, 2000.
A Warbonnet Dash 9 leads an eastbound grain train crossing a causeway west of Trout Creek Montana, on Montana Rail Link’s 4th Subdivision.
The howling wind cannot damper the sound of three Dash 9's in the eighth notch battling towards Crozier Canyon.. Although, what could damper the sound of the GE's, would be the yelping from me if ... (more)
Looking more like the mid 1990's, three Warbonnets rumble through Kingman Canyon on a stunning Spring morning.
A red and silver BNSF dash 9 leads Q380-15 through Berea in the snow.
Westbound through the Red River Valley of eastern North Dakota
A hot Z train rams through Pittsburg past a trio of ex-Santa Fe GP30s used for local switching.
SF741, SF791, BNSF4663 pass Bealville on 26 March 2004 with northbound manifest. The weather was kind!
Very clean BNSF locomotive