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BNSF 4814 Leads a Train Through St. Louis, Missouri

BNSF is an abbreviation for Burlington Northern Sante Fe.  The railroad was created when the Burlington Northern railroad and the Sante Fe railroad merged.  The BN was famous for it's green and black locomotives, which the Santa Fe had the most famous paint scheme of all, the warbonnet, a red and silver paint scheme that cruised the rails of the western United States for several generations.

Now, the BNSF is slowly repainting or replacing its fleet with a paint scheme that has been termed Pumpkin by railfans.  The paint scheme's most definitive characteristic is the use of bright orange paint as part of the paint scheme.