Oakway 9021 brings a freight thru Castle Rock, CO in June of 1989.
BNSF's Pikes Peak local scoots north on the Joint Line towards Denver behind a former BN SD60M & ATSF B40-8W. The trains namesake mountain is seen in the distance standing at 14,114 feet tall.
BNSF 4667 takes a freight through Castle Rock, Colorado on the Joint Line, which has received a fresh layer of snow.
The Oakway SD60’s spent a lot of time in Powder River coal service, as illustrated by this train seen travelling south on the Joint Line near Castle Rock.
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On a crisp autumn day, one-year-old SD50 #5504 leads sister #5502 past the town's namesake landmark.
Southbound BNSF coal load running "wrong" normal northbound only main number two climbing northbound out of Castle Rock.
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Southbound Denver to Amarillo train climbing out of Castle Rock
BNSF 8478 brings up the rear of an empty coal drag just north of downtown Castle Rock, CO. The DPU's are crossing over I-25, as seen from Rock Park.
Two BNSF units bring up the rear of a northbound coal empty on the Joint Line just north of downtown Castle Rock, CO. The train is crossing over Interstate 25, as seen from Rock Park off of Front... (more)
A typical southbound BN coal load was climbing toward Castle Rock.
Detouring Denver to Chicago Z train climbing south through Castle Rock.
Southbound twice weekly BNSF Pikes Peak Local climbing past Orsa siding Castle Rock. There is now a new overpass at this location making this shot no longer possible.
Three C30-7s and one SD40-2 haul a loaded coal train on the Joint Line in early Spring.