A pair of Norfolk Southern engines head North with a BNSF empty baretable train over this bridge that is still lettered for the Rio Grande.
UP northbound empty coal approaching Greenland on exRio Grande main with Pikes Peak in the distance
BNSF 9094 leads a southbound coal empty through Greenland as Pikes Peak stands watch more than 25 miles away.
Holding at the Intermediate signal on Main #1, milepost 45.9 at Greenland, a rain shower has just passed as a rainbow appears in front of the UP 7438 heading South.
A coal train heads south on the Joint Line on a perfect spring morning, led by CREX 1211 and BNSF 8585.
BNSF 1567 pulls a short Palmer Lake local through Greenland, CO as it charges up the Palmer Divide; over 7,200 feet above sea level.
A Northbound Military train heading from Ft. Hood, TX to Tacoma, WA heads up the Joint Line. In the background can be seen the rear helpers on a Southbound coal load.
BNSF 9123 brings up the rear of a northbound coal empty as it exits the peaceful scene in Greenland, CO. iPhone 5s photo.
A northbound unit empty tank car train was descending the Palmer Divide into Greenland as a southbound BNSF coal load waits it's turn to enter single track in the distance.
BNSF Pikes Peak Local approaching Greenland
A leased CP unit was leading a northbound BNSF coal empty into Greenland
Southbound BNSF coal load climbing into Greenland on normal northbound only main #2
Southbound UP coal train climbing into Greenland