Following behind the Boeing Train is a VERY heavy grain train running 3x3 DPUs on the rear is seen using all their power to leave Longmont.
Before entering the main line, the Longmont Switch has to slow around this S-Curve at Price Road and realign a switch before proceeding into the limits in Longmont.
An Executive Scheme SD70MAC leads this BNSF Laurel, MT to Denver, CO manifest as it enters the restricted limits Longmont, CO.
The Denver, CO to Cheyenne, WY Ballast Shuttle Train is seen blasting out of Longmont on its way to head to Granite, WY on the UP to be loaded with more ballast.
The daily Denver, CO to Laurel, MT pops into some sunlight as it wastes no time leaving Longmont and making it to Cheyenne before the crew dies at 11:20am this morning.
This ex-Santa Fe unit, that most likely has seen a lot of service in its time, is seen sitting on an Industrial siding near the BNSF Depot awaiting its next assignment.
Lite Power moves towards the BNSF Depot after completing switching duties in the East Yard.
A pair of Geeps with different paint schemes sit on the House Track near the BNSF Depot waiting to be called into service on the Longmont Switch.
The BNSF 'Buck Local' operates between Longmont, CO and Denver 6 days a week. With GEVO Power on the point, the 'Buck' is seen arriving back in Longmont before pulling into the East yard.
Now this is a rare appearance. BNSF 4794 South leads an entire train of McCloud Railroad Centerbeam Cars down the Front Range Subdivision. This train originated from Laurel, Montana and is going t... (more)
A pair of ex-Santa Fe EMD SD40-2's, one in the original paint scheme, the other re-painted to the H1 BNSF scheme, are currently in service on the BNSF Longmont Turn.
I got word that a Track Geometry Train from Guernsey, Wyoming to Denver, Colorado was coming down the FRS. It was a nice treat to see this as well as a BNSF Executive SD70MAC on the point. Seen he... (more)
BNSF 6349 leads a re-routed coal empty north through the city limits of Longmont, CO
The Longmont Switch is coming into Longmont with 30 cars for the Buck Local on a sunny snowy morning.
After the crew had picked up the Longmont Turn power at Highland, they are seen coming into Longmont.