OMLX 9522 (GP40-2LW) gets ready to leave the Budweiser Brewery plant in Fort Collins, Colorado.
A few years ago you could often find BNSF 8167 (SD60M) running freight between Longmont and Fort Collins, Colorado.
These two Hudson Bay Railway engines are long time cousins, having both been built for the Southern Pacific. HBRY 3600 started life in 1964 as a GP35 with the SP, and HBRY 6526 was built in 1963 f... (more)
One look at the front end of a Loram Railvac unit lets one know that this was an engineer's dream to design. It looks like a cross between a MAD MAX and a Dr. Seuss creation.
UP 5391 (C45ACCTE) waits for orders to leave Fort Collins, Colorado with a load of sand cars.
BNSF 7105 (ES44C4) leads a Warbonnet, a pony and a long freight out of Fort Collins and heads towards Loveland, Colorado.
Former Canadian National - now OmniTRAX OMLX 9522 (PG40-2LW) leads a beer train from the Anheuser Busch brewing facility in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Former Canadian National PG40-2LW now operating for OmniTRAX pulls a cut of hopers from a siding in Fort Collins, Colorado.
BNSF 8900 & 8915 (both SD70MAC) head a southbound manifest through Fort Collins (CO).
The crewman of OMLX 9647 (former Canadian National GP40-2LW) throws a switch that will allow them to bring a freight into the BNSF's North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado.
With the grade separation along Mason Street, trains tend to run with a little bit more spunk coming thru town northbound, slowing upon reaching North Yard up the line.
BNSF 7338 (ES44DC) gets a hand from a CSX unit as it leads a freight through Fort Collins, Colorado.
UP 4133 (SD70M) meets OmniTRAX's SD40-3 as they move in opposite directions in Fort Collins, Colorado.
DLCX 6051 (a SD40-3 now with OmniTRAX) pulls a freight through Fort Collins, Colorado.
BNSF 6707 (ES44C4) gets a hand from a BC Rail unit as they muscle a freight through Fort Collins, Colorado.