The wide open prairie lands between Greenland and Palmer Lake provide ideal scenery for photographing trains.
BNSF 7931 (ES44C4) leads a double stack along I-25 near Larkspur, Colorado.
DPU duty notwithstanding, it is still a good day when you catch a Warbonnet on either end of a train.
A BNSF freight leaves Sedalia behind and heads to Castle Rock, Colorado.
Some of the prettiest scenery Colorado has to offer rail photogs is between Castle Rock and Larkspur, Colorado. Trains run along I-25, making for good opportunities to chase the trains along a fr... (more)
BNSF 5684 (AC4400CW) negotiates the 'S' curves leading from Greenland to Palmer Lake, Colorado.
BNSF 5708 (AC4400CW) leads a loaded coal train up the hill from Greenland to Palmer Lake, Colorado.
BNSF 6247 (ES44AC) leads a coal train on the Joint Line heading from Castle Rock to Larkspur, Colorado.
A BNSF southbound freight included 6 former 1970's era Amtrak Express Trak boxcars, which were used to handled Amtrak mail and express service freight. These cars are noticeably small compared to... (more)
BNSF 4106 leads a freight over the old Santa Fe bridge in Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 7106 (Dash944CW) leads an oil can train through Castle Rock, Colorado.
Seven UP engines, lead by 6048 (AC44CWCTE), muscle a long load of scrap iron gondolas up Monument Hill to Palmer Lake, Colorado.
A trio of light power pull a freight past the Valmont Power Plant in Boulder, Colorado.
Most of the BNSF coal trains running along the Front Range have MAC's helping to muscle the heavy loads up the Palmer Divide between Larkspur and Colorado Springs, Colorado.
BNSF 6567 (ES44C4) leads a container train through Denver and will stop at the intermodal facility on the north side of town.