Two BNSF ES44C4's lead five buffer cars and a box car on the Cheyenne, WY to Denver, CO manifest down the middle of Atwood Street in Longmont, CO on a pleasant summer morning.
I have returned... well for now at least. So this morning, I recently discovered that my damaged DSLR from the car accident can still take photos. So I heard on the scanner of a southbound vehicle... (more)
The SD9 features a nose that only a mother or a General Motors EMD designer could love.
Northwestern Pacific 4327 (SD9) catches the last rays of a golden sunset while sitting on a siding at the old sugar mill in Longmont, Colorado.
The BNSF tracks run down the middle of Atwood Street with five crossings through the neighborhood. Longs Peak Avenue and 3rd Avenue are the only crossings with gates and lights. Here at Longs Peak... (more)
On February 02, 2014, a southbound BNSF stack train led by three GE's trundles down the middle of Atwood Street in Longmont, Colorado after a good snow fall.
A couple of Geeps wait in Longmont, Colorado for their next assignment.
Former Santa Fe #556 and a BNSF SD40-2 rest on the house track in Longmont, CO after a winter storm delivered some snow through out the morning.
The Longmont Switch sits on the house track in Longmont while the Buck Local power in the background sits on the Turkey Lead on a mild Thursday night.
On this cold Sunday morning, a CP AC4400CW and CSX ES44AC leads the weekly Tacoma, WA to Omaha, NE Stack Train down the middle of Atwood Street in Longmont, CO.
On this chilly Super Bowl Sunday morning, the Tacoma, WA to OMAHA!, NE stack train rolls right on through Longmont along Atwood Street.
Two BN SD40-2's idle on the house track as snow begins to pick up in Longmont, CO.
The Buck Local power idles on the Turkey Lead in Longmont, CO as snow continues to fall.
The Laurel to Denver Manifest rolls on through one of the oldest neighborhoods in Longmont, CO along Atwood Street as snow continues to fall.
A former Northwestern Pacific SD9 sits next to the Great Western Sugar Mill in Longmont, CO. This unit is generally used as a switcher here that switches around grain hoppers to and from the BNSF ... (more)