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
Visiting KCS 4161 starts pulling BNSF's Laurel, MT to Pueblo, CO train South again after waiting for a train ahead.
BNSF 9235 leads another string of coal up the grade through Greenland while a couple of horses chill by the big red barn.