Climbing out of Castle Rock with manned helpers.
A BNSF coal load running 2x1 moving upgrade towards Palmer Lake with the help of two manned helpers.
A pair of strange visitors from North of the border, CP 8850 and British Columbia Rwy. 4652 hustle an empty coal train underneath threatening skies at Castle Rock heading towards Denver.
CSXT 437 along with BNSF SD75 8251 in Warbonnet paint head North with the Castle Rock landmark in the background.
Hours before the Broncos dispatched the San Diego Chargers ...
... 30 miles south, coal makes its way to Texas.
BNSF coal loads, head south on the Joint Line.
A pair of EMD models lead this Southbound loaded coal train down the "wrong main" as it crosses over Interstate 25. This train is using Main #2 which usually only sees Northbound trains due to ma... (more)
BNSF 4762 along with a pair of GE's in very badly faded Warbonnet colors (950 and 633) head South along the Joint Line.
BNSF 9085 and a KCS SD70MAC leads a string of empty coal hoppers past iconic Castle Rock.
A pair of BNSF SD70MAC's are on their knees as they slowly climb through Castle Rock on their way to the Palmer Divide.
BNSF 3137, still in BN Green, leads a short Pikes Peak Local as it passes iconic Castle Rock on Colorado's Joint Line.
On a magnificent day, a clean ACe is yanking on 122 loads of the Powder River's finest as it roars up the grade towards Palmer Lake.
Your standard coal lash up leads 121 loads up grade out of Castle Rock through some nice 'sharp' curves.
Flexing its long symmetrical consist with the curves of the terrain, this coal load is fighting the grade to the summit of the Palmer Divide in Palmer Lake.
Sunset finds one of the many BNSF coal trains that traverse the Joint Line heading north toward Castle Rock and Denver.