The area between Castle Rock and Larkspur, Colorado is some of the best scenery for photographing trains running on the Joint Line.
BNSF 5735 (ES44AC) pulls a load of coal up the hill from Sedalia to Castle Rock, Colorado.
A loaded Herzog ballast train makes its way up grade through Castle Rock, CO.
A Cascade Dash 2 leads the twice weekly Pikes Peak Local into Castle Rock on the Colorado Joint Line, as the Front Range of the Rockies loom in the background.
A pair of ACes, including an eastern thoroughbred visitor, make their way through Castle Rock with a coal load.
A pair of BNSF SD70 types drag coal loads into Castle Rock, CO in the winter season's second "big" snow event.
Two elephant BNSF ACes lead a loaded coal drag up grade through Castle Rock, CO.
After leaving Douglas County and the town of Sedalia behind, BNSF 5735 (ES44AC) runs through Castle Rock, Colorado, which gets its name from the unique rock outcrop that lies in the center of the ... (more)
Elephant ACes, an uncommon NS visitor to the Joint Line included, bring a southbound loaded coal train into Castle Rock, Colorado.
BNSF 6247 (ES44AC) leads a coal train on the Joint Line heading from Castle Rock to Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 7106 (Dash944CW) leads an oil can train through Castle Rock, Colorado.
A BNSF ACe leads a southbound coal load through Castle Rock, CO on the Joint Line
BNSF 6007 disrupts Castle Rock, CO with a Herzog ballast train, a somewhat rare move on the Joint Line.