BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) leads a coal train through Castle Rock on the Joint Line and will slowly climb to Larkspur, Colorado.
The expansive vista of Colorado's Front Range allows one to see a whole loaded coal train as it makes its way from Sedalia to Castle Rock.
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) pulls hard on a load of coal through Castle Rock, Colorado and slowly climbs to the next town. There is a 500 feet elevation change to Larkspur which is 11 miles away, and anot... (more)
A spring snow storm does little to slow the progress of BNSF coal on the Joint Line.
BNSF 6257 coming northbound into Castle Rock Colorado.
BNSF 6257 pulling into Castle Rock Colorado
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.