Where the Santa Fe ends and CTC begins In the late 1800s NA Junction was the interlocking location Missouri Pacific had to create with the Santa Fe when building into Colorado in 1887 sinc... (more)
Sweet Home Chicago….almost Lying along the inactive former Missouri Pacific line to Pueblo, a pair if rails from a steel mill of the Midwest proudly display their branding and December 197... (more)
After splitting the signals at MP 596.1, the uniquely painted BNSF 4757 speeds atop the former mainline of MoPac’s Horace S... (more)
A pair of GE Dash 9 model locomotives pull a relatively short train through the asymmetrical signals of the 596 milepost as this Lubbock bound freighter heads east to La Junta and then on towards ... (more)
Returning to the original Santa Fe mainline to La Junta, coal loads destined for Amarillo glide through control point of NA Junction where the 1876 built Santa Fe mainline to Pueblo was crossed by... (more)
Italian built hydrotreater reactor for Suncor Energy refinery, Commerce City, CO, dwarfs wood trestle on BNSF line between La Junta to Pueblo, CO.