BNSF 5625 (AC4400CW) climbs the grade leading to Sedalia, Colorado.
BNSF 5625 (AC4400CW) leaves Sedalia and heads to Castle Rock with a load of coal.
The chase is on! We first catch sight of BNSF 4405 (Dash9) as it leaves Sedalia, Colorado and heads to Castle Rock. The chase will take us through 'the Rock', through Larkspur, then past the Cir... (more)
BNSF 5934 (ES44AC) climbs towards Sedalia, Colorado pulling a long coal train.
BNSF 8436 (SD70ACe) and three other mates shove a hopper train through Sedalia, Colorado.
It's great to see an Executive MAC on point again.
There is a notable increase of coal trains running north and south through Colorado. Here we see a lone BNSF 6416 (ES44AC) leading an empty coal train south on the Joint Line through Sedalia, Col... (more)
Trailing four Katy SD40-2’s, a Burlington Northern C30-7 leads a trainload of Powder River coal south on the Joint Line at Sedalia, Colorado.
Coal southbound up the Palmer Divide.
Perhaps the last major snowstorm of the season blankets UP 5799 (AC4400CW-CTE) and its loaded coal cars as they head south on the Joint Line through Sedalia, Colorado.
Waiting for a track delay, a trio of six-month-old Oakway SD60’s team up with a BN U33C to take a train of Powder River coal south on the Joint Line.
In the days before it became a conveyor belt for Powder River Basin coal, the Joint Line offered drama and variety. Here on April 9, 1966, Denver & Rio Grande Western 5313, one of ten SD9’s on the... (more)
A pair of consecutively numbered exCBQ Uboats lead Seattle to Houston intermodal train 92 north climbing towards Sedalia.
The formidable Rockies and Joint Line look great covered in snow while the 9018 keeps control over its load of black diamonds as it enters into Sedalia.
The Oakway SD60's were looking somewhat ratty before they went to their new owners in recent years. When they were nearly new, they had one of the sharpest paint schemes going.