Leland Knickerbocker’s famous warbonnet - On perhaps its first trip west after being built, Santa Fe SD75M No. 222 pauses for a drink of fuel at Belen, New Mexico, on June 2, 1995. These SD75Ms were the last locomotives built for the Santa Fe before the merger with BN to form BNSF. The shiny machine proudly wears Leland Knickerbocker’s famous warbonnet paint scheme, first appearing on the 1937 EMD-built slant-nose passenger E1s.
A CNW "Scoot" heads northwest on CNW"s Harvard line at Des Plaines, IL. The train is about to cross the Soo Line diamond and will cross the CNW freight line in a quarter mile. These diamonds were protected at this time by Deval tower.
When Utah Transit Authority was building its new tracks between Salt Lake City and Ogden adjacent to Int.15 most of the way, it painted its ballast cars with its new FrontRunner red, white and blue scheme to show motorists what was coming.