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.
Probably a site you wont see these days...…a trio of former BN units pulling freight while still wearing their Cascade Green paint.
A pair of MAC's pull a sand train over the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado.
OmniTRAX's SD40-3 takes a freight through Fort Collins, Colorado and will drop it off at the BNSF North Yard.
OmniTRAX's 3123 (SD40M-2) sorts a cut of hoppers in the BNSF North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado.
OMLX 3123 is one of two former CEFX SD40M-2's now working the OmniTRAX routes between the Fort Collins and Windsor, Colorado areas. Here we see 3123 pulling a cut of sand cars out of the BNSF Nort... (more)
OmniTRAX of Loveland, Colorado has taken delivery of two former CEFX SD40M-2's. Here they are crossing the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins.