BNSF 5874 (ES44DC) leads a long line of empty Department of Defense flat cars through the 'S' curves in Louisville, Colorado.
With a few minutes left before sunset, BNSF B40-8 No. 573 and GP39-3 No. 2598 lead the "Buck Local" north approaching Dillon Road in Louisville, Colorado on March 19, 2018.
BNSF 7146 leads a triple header double stack as snakes through the 'S' curves in Louisville, Colorado.
Warbonnet 517 passes the Valmont Power Plant in Boulder, Colorado.
Warbonnet 517 leads a short freight through the 'S' curves in Louisville, Colorado.
Although there is cloud cover, temperatures were still in the mid to upper 80's as BNSF ES44C4 No. 6849 leads the Denver-Seattle stack train north over Coal Creek in Louisville, Colorado on June 8... (more)
A storm system dumps snow up in the mountains in the background while Kansas City Southern ES44AC No. 4863 leads an empty BNSF sand train up the 2-percent grade to the top of Burkes Hill near Lafa... (more)
An Arctic airmass is still settled in along the Front Range, with the temperature around -10F. It is just after sunrise as BNSF C44-9W No. 1011 leads the Cheyenne, Wyoming to Denver, Colorado mani... (more)
A pair of GECX Demonstrator engines bring up the rear of a Northbound empty coal train. They are seen passing a cricket mural that happens to match the colors of the engines!
The sun slowly dips further down in the western sky as Union Pacific SD70ACe No. 8795 leads BNSF's Laurel, Montana to Denver, Colorado manifest up the 2-percent grade of Burkes Hill near Louisvill... (more)
The sun has gone down for the day as BNSF ES44C4 No. 8254 leads the Tacoma, Washington to Omaha, Nebraska stack train up to the top of the Burkes Hill, which is a 2-percent grade, on a cold evenin... (more)
Three BNSF SD70ACe's Nos. 9085, 9260, and 9388 lead the Laurel, Montana to Pueblo, Colorado manifest up the 2-percent grade on Burkes Hill near Louisville, Colorado on November 22, 2015.
BNSF no. 1642 leads another SD40-2 and B40-8W on the Longmont Switch as they climb the 1.68% grade of Burkes Hill just north of Louisville, CO.
Two Santa Fe painted GE's and a BNSF painted Dash 9 round the curve just south of downtown Louisville next to Coal Creek Trail and Louisville Community Park.
It's a rather cold and misty day as two SD70MACs and an SD70ACe depart the city of Louisville, CO on the small s-curve heading south towards Denver.