BNSF(Ex. ATSF) Warbonnet Leads NS #204

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Chase Millsap
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All right Railfans! Who is ready for some more trains from me? And who wants to see Foreign Power leading? It's all right here in this clip. NS #204 comes through with something that is pretty rare to find in the lead of something on the Piedmont Division, i'm talking about a Santa Fe Warbonnet, and here it is.
BNSF(Ex. ATSF) Warbonnet #946, NS #9889 & #9460 has this Intermodal Show Northbound. I was lucky to get this today because I was a little bit under the weather with a sore throat & headache. I will make sure i'm 100% better by next week.


Hey, i'll be posting a video of a BNSF warbonnet with a similiar horn today!!!!
By UP1995 7 years ago
Wow Cody!! That is interesting that this engine has been traveling around and is the lead engine of a PA train. That same engine also lead a Southbound NS 980 which I think is a Catipillar Train, so i'm suprised that this engine has been filmed by other railfans on this part of the country.
By Chase Millsap 7 years ago
Well Sean, These horns are common on BNSF Warbonnets and also on a few Pumpkins, so someday you'll be able to see something with a Leslie Horn.
By Chase Millsap 7 years ago
That engine was on NS 38G AKA Allentown, Pennsylvania to Camden, New Jersey. My uncle, dad, and I were at Topton, PA. The lash up was ATSF 946, NS 8966, NS 8820, and NSH 5272. I could not believe that it was the leader!!!
By Cody Camorote 7 years ago
Nice horn on that one!!!! I wish i could've heard a horn like that!!!!
By UP1995 7 years ago
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