BNSF 7584 (ES44DC) Runs past the Westminster Light Rail Station with a long string of empty DOD flatcars.
Led by brand-new GE ES44DC No. 7628, a BNSF employee special passenger train rounds the curve along Lower Church Lake between Westminster and Broomfield, Colorado, on the morning of June 8, 2007.
I am not sure......but I think I heard the engineer (Ralphie's Dad) in 517 yell "It's a clinkerrrrr!". That hydrant might come in handy.
BNSF 5251 leads a mixed freight along the ridge in Westminster, Colorado.
BNSF 8255 (ES44C4) leads a freight through Utah Junction and will soon pull into the Denver Yard.
BNSF 4002 (Dash9) passes a grain elevator in Westminster, Colorado while taking a freight to Denver.
Overnight, snow fell across the Front Range giving the area's first snow of the season in decent accumulations. The weather system also brought a pocket of cold air that settled into the state. Th... (more)
BNSF 8425 providing some needed muscle and still looking like new.
A string of empty coal cars moves north through Westminster, Colorado.
BNSF 4002 (Dash9) leads a mixed freight through Westminster, Colorado.
UP 7644 brings a coal train into the North Yard via the Moffat Line.
A pair of old school green Geeps (3014 is a GP40-2 and 2745 is a GP39) make a run through Westminster
A pair of brand new BNSF ES44C4s lead this Tacoma, WA to Denver, CO train around the "big fill" in Westminster. Interesting how much these 25 units have made it around BNSF's system!
BNSF 8105 was leading the Longmont Turn when they struck a stump placed by kids in the tracks. The stump got caught under the train and caused a derailment.
OmniTRAX switcher 1451 had been helping out at the Coors Brewery in Golden, CO. The switcher was being returned to Loveland, CO when the Longmont Turn derailed. The pileup behind the switcher is q... (more)