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.
A loaded coal train works its way towards Palmer Lake, seen here leaving Castle Rock.
A BNSF ACe leads loaded coal buckets through the middle of Castle Rock, CO.
One of the few remaining BN painted motors in the Denver area leads the Pikes Peak Local into Castle Rock, CO on the Joint Line.
Yet another BNSF coal drag makes its way through Castle Rock on Colorado's Joint Line.
BNSF 9200 (SD70ACe) leads a loaded coal train through Castle Rock, Colorado.
BNSF 5934 (ES44AC) leads a long coal train from Sedalia to Castle Rock.
BNSF 4405 (Dash9) leads two other helpers as it they pull a freight past a subdivision in Castle Rock, Colorado.
The final stop on our chase of BNSF 4405 and its freight was Palmer Lake, Colorado. Palmer Lake is at elevation 7,250 feet and is at the top of the Palmer Divide which is separates the Denver met... (more)