BNSF 1833 (SD40-2) pulls a freight from a small yard in Golden, Colorado.
A MOW train lead by BNSF 8505 (SD70ACe) sits on a siding in Longmont, Colorado.
The Colorado Railroad Museum's Rio Grande Southern Galloping Goose #7 gets ready to give rides to the old and young railfans that are visiting the museum.
Amtrak 207 leads the California Zephyr through tunnel #1 as it descends towards Rocky, Colorado and the Big Ten Curve.
Amtrak 207 leads the California Zephyr through the Big Ten Curve as it leaves the Rocky Mountains and heads to Denver.
With storm clouds moving in, two B40-8W units leads a small freight towards Broomfield, Colorado.
Two B40-8W units leads a small freight through Utah Junction in Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 7584 (ES44DC) Runs past the Westminster Light Rail Station with a long string of empty DOD flatcars.
Long live the SD75M Warbonnet.
BNSF 7584 (ES44DC) leads an empty string of Department of Defense flat cars past the Valmont Power Plant in Boulder, Colorado.
BNSF 7584 (ES44DC) pulls a string of DOD flat cars up the hill to Utah Junction in Broomfield, Colorado.
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.
It is rare these days to be able to catch a Cascade Green and a Bluebonnet together in the BNSF yard. The speed at which the BNSF is painting these into the Heritage III scheme will likely mean t... (more)
UP 6313 (AC440CW) pulls a coal train up the steep grade to tunnel number 1.