This pair of ex-Santa Fe GP60M locomotives — the one on the right is also pictured in the Wikipedia article to which I linked — still wear the famous Santa Fe "warbonnet," albeit that 122 is in the BNSF modified scheme, and both are further stenciled "BNSF" above their road numbers. They will presumably work out their lives this way, although some of their sister units have received repaints into BNSF's current scheme.
Later that morning, the Little BN crew arrived and fired up their units. Once Amtrak #5 came by (2 1/2 hours late, sigh), followed by a couple of Union Pacific freights, BN tied on to the cars that Big BN left them and set off to deliver them to their customers in the Fernley area. The yard was empty and the units weren't here when we got home from Reno this evening, so we assume they were able to work their way back to Sparks today.