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  1. A slight bank left

    A slight bank left

    A Warbonnet leads slowly as BNSF enters their own New South Yd in Houston from UP tracks.
  2. Central Texas Sunset

    Central Texas Sunset

    Wasn't it nice of the crew to stop right here, just for me??? ;)
  3. Untouched Warbonnet

    Untouched Warbonnet

    This SF came in on the CSX gravel train. Got to see it three days in a row!
  4. BNSF'S East Thomas Yard

    BNSF'S East Thomas Yard

    MRL SD45 364, CN SD60F & ATSF Warbonnet C44-9W awaiting their next assignment at East Thomas, Al.
  5. Fall Heat!

    Fall Heat!

    A westbound manifest train is lead by ATSF 673 as it pulls its heavy train upgrade on a hot October day.
  6. Warbonnet Hanging On!!

    Warbonnet Hanging On!!

    Santa Fe Dash 8 BNSF#898 in Wichita Falls Tx on manifest Eastbound. With SD40-2s BNSF#7903 & 6829
  7. ATSF 150

    ATSF 150

    ATSF / BNSF 150 heads north thru Houston's Tower 26 on a very sunny Memorial day 2004.
  8. Warbonnet at Tunnel 10

    Warbonnet at Tunnel 10

    A southbound manifest departs from Tunnel 10 at the Tehachapi Loops, powered by Nos. SF854, NS8866, BNSF7265, FURX71010 and SF6902.
  9. Warbonnet at Kent,Ohio

    Warbonnet at Kent,Ohio

    BNSF #910 still in warbonnet paint made it's way threw Kent,Ohio 3-15-04.This was a nice suprise!! :)
  10. Texas Warbonnet

    Texas Warbonnet

    ATSF Warbonnet 681 poses near Sealy, Texas on waiting for a meet with Frisco 1522. The meet was caught in this shot: http://www.railroadforums.com/photos/showphoto.php?photo=3357&papass=&sort=1&thecat=500
  11. Ferndale


    This is the Brownsville (B.C.) - Everett crossing the Nooksack River in Ferndale Wa. This train had just cleared U.S. customs about an hour before the picture was taken. For a northbound view of this consist, please see it under Canadian frieght trains as 'Gyproc'. Nov. 18, 2000 - BNSF 774-4475
  12. Through 'The Narrows'

    Through 'The Narrows'

    Led by Warbonnet No. SF869 a westbound manifest passes through 'The Narrows' between Victorville and Frost on 25 April 2002.
  13. Warbonnet at Woodford

    Warbonnet at Woodford

    Warbonnet No. SF729 passes through the siding at Woodford with a northbound manifest at 11.20Hrs on 27 April 2002. This view goes to show it does not always have sun in Southern California.
  14. Through Kingman Canyon

    Through Kingman Canyon

    BNSF731 in 'Warbonnet' colours leads three Norfolk Southern locos Nos. NS9463, NS8926 and NS9239 through Kingman Canyon on 6 May 2002 with a westbound steel working. 15.24Hrs.
  15. Thanx for the memories

    Thanx for the memories

    A pair of old friends approach Belt Jct in Houston, Tx, unencumbered by anything green or orange.... and an unwelcome hwy overpass was 'shopped out of the background, if it matters....
  16. Everythings better with a warbonnet on it!

    Everythings better with a warbonnet on it!

    Eastbound from Chicago through Naperville Racetrack
  17. Crooked River-Oregon Trunk

    Crooked River-Oregon Trunk

    Winter 1998 along the Oregon Trunk, Crooked River Gorge-Height 321 feet. Photo M.Ross Valentine 2003
  18. wind, sand and the Swift train

    wind, sand and the Swift train

    Two warbonnets pull a late Swift trailer train at Frost in Victorville, California. This image was captured in November 2001. Sand and wind can kick up to look like a fog bank as seen here.
  19. A warbonnet up close and personal

    A warbonnet up close and personal

    On June 8, 2003 BNSF 779 leads an eastbound train into the afternoon sun as it approachs Tunnel 2 on Tehachapi Pass. Canon EOS 1N, Fuji Astia
  20. a bonnet at king street station

    a bonnet at king street station

    Warbonnet 809 glides through Seattle's King Street Station. No trainwatching allowed on this day. This was as close as I get to the platform with my camera.

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