BNSF 800875 is a former heavyweight class business/observation car that has been converted to a track measurement car. I could just imagine this car being on the end of a 1950's streamlined AT&SF... (more)
A BNSF Special Tack Measurement Train, anchored by former business car 800875, runs through Broomfield, Colorado on its way to Boulder.
BNSF 5761 (ES44AC) teams up with a KCS and a Warbonnet unit as it pulls a freight from Broomfield, Colorado to Denver.
A small freight anchored on each end by a Warbonnet B40-8W crosses HW287 in Broomfield, CO.
With storm clouds moving in, two B40-8W units leads a small freight towards Broomfield, Colorado.
Two B40-8W units leads a small freight through Utah Junction in Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 7584 (ES44DC) pulls a string of DOD flat cars up the hill to Utah Junction in Broomfield, Colorado.
A slow moving thunderstorm dumping heavy rain and hail trundles northeast in the background as a BNSF empty sand train rolls through the siding at Broomfield, Colorado where they will wait to go i... (more)
BNSF 7028 (ES44C4) pulls a southbound freight up the hill to Broomfield as a northbound freight holds on the siding.
A BNSF Sand Train moves south in the early morning at Broomfield. Longs Peak in the background is beautifully lit in the morning light.
The icicles on UPY 618 tell the story. A deep freeze along the Front Range makes for a miserable day operating the remotes in the UP's North Yard.
It appears the Warbonnet is letting everyone know what it thinks about eventually being painted in the Heritage III scheme.
BNSF 7314 rousts a hawk from one of the telephone poles as it leads a freight through Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 7228 (ES44DC) high balls a freight through Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 5119 climbs the hill pulling a freight through Broomfield, Colorado.