CASTLE ROCK UT July 24 1982 -- BN SD40-2 7283 and companions appear to be tied down.
BNSF's twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local was descending into Castle Rock at MP 35
A loaded BNSF coal train slowly heads down the Joint Line and through Castle Rock, leading a large parade of southbound traffic.
A pair of BNSF EMD SD70ACe's assist a southbound Powder River Basin coal train near Castle Rock, Colo., southbound on the BNSF-UP Joint Line.
The 9018 works hard bringing its 120 car train of coal through the curves of Castle Rock as it passes the namesake geological formation of this city on a very balmy February afternoon.
Southbound Q train running wrong main on normal northbound only main two departing Castle Rock
A trio of six-month-old Oakway SD60’s get an assist from a Burlington Northern C30-7 bringing a train of Power River Basin coal south on the Joint Line at Castle Rock.
Within sight of the geologic formation from which the town derives its name, a Burlington Northern coal train passes through Castle Rock, Colorado. The exhaust confirms that all units are working ... (more)
Southbound BNSF twice a week Pikes Peak Local Orsa siding Castle Rock
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.
Just when it appeared that B-units were a thing of the past on Class 1 railroads, Burlington Northern acquired 120 B30-7AB boosters from GE in 1982. Here one of pitches in with three six-axle unit... (more)
On a crisp autumn day, one-year-old SD50 #5504 leads sister #5502 past the town's namesake landmark.