After meeting the Longmont Switch at Longs Peak, this empty coal train led by a leased CitiRail ES44AC coasts down Berthoud Hill just outside of the town of Berthoud, Colorado.
An CSX GE ES44AH no. 3096 leads a BNSF C44-9W on a short Laurel, MT to Denver, CO manifest up the 1.6% grade on Berthoud Hill.
Norfolk Southern no. 7529 and Union Pacific's Missouri Pacific "MoPac" Heritage Unit leads BNSF's Etter, TX to Fort Collins, CO empty wind mill train. The train is seen leaving the town ... (more)
BNSF Railway no. 9841 and no. 4126 lead a short Denver, CO to Great Falls, MT manifest down Berthoud Hill just south of the town of Berthoud, CO. Some late afternoon storms are building in the are... (more)
Following behind the "Stinky Slinky" empty sulfur train, the Buck Local with a BNSF Heritage One painted SD40-2 and Santa Fe painted GP60 coasts down Berthoud Hill near the Little Thomps... (more)
With minutes left of sunlight, two leasers and a warbonnet lead BNSF's Denver, CO to Great Falls, MT near Berthoud, CO.
After picking up cars in Fort Collins and Loveland, BNSF no. 1642 leads an aging Warbonnet B40-8W and a BN painted SD40-2 on the Longmont Switch near Berthoud, CO.
After doing work in Loveland and Berthoud, the Longmont Switch led by two SD40-2's and a B40-8W round the s-curve just outside of Berthoud as they head back to Longmont.
Led by a BN SD40-2, the Longmont Switch rolls along at track speed over the Little Thompson River bridge outside of Berthoud, CO. This area was under water back in September 2013 and the original ... (more)
A northbound empty coal train gets a little bit of sunshine as they get out of a thunderstorm that is dumping rain and hail to the south in near the Denver area.
The "Stinky Slinky" Molten Sulfur Train races along side a county road just south of Berthoud on Berthoud Hill.
Snow flurries continue to fall as an empty coal train races up and down Berthoud Hill just outside of Berthoud, CO. The train was emptied at Georgia Power's Scherer Plant in Juliette, GA and will ... (more)
Two GEVO's lead a Wichita, KS to Laurel, MT Boeing Airplane Train with three 737 Fuselages that can be seen near Berthoud, CO. The train is going to the Boeing Assembly Plant in Washington.
This is certainly one way to transport 737's to Boeing. Boeing 737 Fuselages are seen traveling from the Boeing plant in Wichita, KS going to the assembly plant in Washington by rail.
A southbound stack train glides along side Larimer County Road 15 just south of Berthoud. The train is gonna go in the hole at Longs Peak where the crew will tie the train down.