A pair of brand new BNSF ACe's led a northbound emtpy coal train into Greenland, CO, with the Subdivisions namesake Pikes Peak in the distance
Southbound BNSF manifest led by recently renumbered (unfortunately repainted) exWarbonnet unit approaching Greenland
Finding a little "sucker hole" of sun, BNSF 6093 heads North towards Denver with a coal empty. Snow covered Pikes Peak looms in the background.
The rear DPU engines on a Public Service of Colorado empty coal train are heading North towards Denver.
The number plate on the intermediate signal reads 2468, which stands for Main #2, milepost ... (more)
BNSF 6690 leads a nice looking 7 car Passenger special South down the Joint Line.
Southbound BNSF twice a week Pikes Peak Local passing through Greenland
The rear helpers on the FXE 4677 were another pair of FerroMex engines. Added South out of Denver for the climb up to Palmer Lake was a set of CREX GE's, making for a very nice set of engines!
BNSF twice a week southbound Pikes Peak Local climbs through Greenland
A southbound coal load waits patiently at Greenland as a coal load ahead has stalled just below the top of the climb up the Palmer Divide
BNSF's twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local was approaching Greenland led by a very unusual for this local exSanta Fe B40
Heading South to Arizona for the third time, CP 8850 and BCOL 4652 front this loaded coal train.
A southbound BNSF manifest passes by the big red barn in Greenland. The train is on Main 1, the southbound main for the Joint Line. Main 2, the northbound main, passes the barn on the photographer... (more)
KCS 4592 with BNSF 1030 have a short manifest train in tow as they head South.
southbound BNSF coal load climbing into Greenland CO on the normal northbound only main two
After being stuck behind a stranded train for several hours, the bi-weekly Pike's Peak Local blasts off towards its final customers in Colorado Springs 25 miles to the south.