A Southbound train of empty double stack containers snakes its way out of the "sag" and heads toward the summit of the grade at Palmer Lake.
BNSF 5860 (ES44AC) passes through Palmer Lake and heads to Monument, Colorado
A northbound BNSF manifest passing Palmer Lake last summer when it still had water in it. Today the lake is dry and may never return as it was.
The rear DPU of a northbound empty coal train passes through Spruce as the train begins the descent toward Denver.
BNSF empty coal heads north while BNSF southbound full coal awaits for clearing north of Palmer Lake.
Northbound UP coal empty passing Palmer Lake
Southbound BNSF coal train climbing towards Palmer Lake on the normal northbound only main two passing the first intermediate signal nothr of Palmer Lakeon the northbound only signalled line
BNSF Pikes Peak Local heading south on the Joint Line at the "sag" a couple miles north of Palmer Lake
BNSF 8781 North grinds upgrade as it nears the top of the climb at Palmer Lake on the Joint Line.
A LORAM rail grinding train waits for the green signal before passing through Palmer Lake
BNSF 6272 leads a full load of coal as it snakes its way into Palmer Lake, Colorado
An empty coal train has crested the Palmer Divide and starts descending toward Denver. The entire train can be seen from this vantage point, with the head end approaching Spruce and and the rear ... (more)
One of the newest ACe's on the BNSF led an otherwise everyday run of the mill northbound coal empty past the Missionary Training International facility a mile south of Palmer Lake.
a brand new ACe leads a northbound BNSF coal empty through Palmer Lake, CO.
BNSF's twice weekly southbound Pikes Peak Local was passing through the "sag" a couple miles north of Palmer Lake