BNSF's twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local running on the Pikes Peak Sub with namesake Pikes Peak in distance approaching Greenland.
Late morning along Colorado's Joint Line finds CREX power leading a northbound BNSF coal empty near Greenland.
CREX 1404 leads a northbound empty on Main 2 as the train passes Greenland on the Joint Line.
With a late afternnoon thunderstorm moving from the west, a BNSF Texas bound coal load moves slowly upgrade on Main 1 at Greenland, Colorado.
The wide and scenic expanse of Greenland plays host to another train as BNSF 8274 leads a string of empty buckets north to the Mines in the Powder River Basin.
BNSF twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local near Greenland
Northbound BNSF coal empty approaching Greenland on main two of the Joint Line as a UP southbound coal load was climbing past Spruce on main number one main.
A BNSF empty coal train curves through the Greenland, CO open space on one of the first days of summer. In the back ground is the Front Range and Pikes Peak standing guard.
Surrounded by a fresh dusting of snow, a Southbound coal train grinds upgrade through Greenland.
Just like the Danish island bearing the same name, today's Greenland, Colorado is covered in a lot of snow as a pair of BNSF 70MAC units head back to their train. This set of power has just given... (more)
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.