BNSF 6868, BNSF 6384 - Patched Fallen Flags - St. Louis, MO

BNSF 6868, BNSF 6384 lead a train north on the Merchants Subdivision, along North 1st Street.
BNSF 6868 and BNSF 6384 - Merchants Sub - St. Louis, MO

Still painted in their pre-merger paint schemes, BNSF 6868 and BNSF 6384 lead a northbound train past the old Cotton Belt (St. Louis & Southwestern RR) freight depot just north of Laclede's Landing in St. Louis.

BNSF 6868 is a former Santa Fe Railway locomotive that is still painted in the Blue/Yellow Bonnet scheme. The locomotive is an SD40-2 that was built by the Electro Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors in 1980.

BNSF 6384 is a former Burlington Northern locomotive still painted in BN's Cascade Green scheme. The locomotive is also an SD40-2, but was built by EMD in 1984.

Photograph taken: January 8, 2005, at St. Louis, Missouri.


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