With Longs Peak standing at a elevation of 14,255 Feet in the backround, a Laurel, Montana bound Hi-Priority Manifest is seen racing though the rural area south of Longmont, Colorado. The train or... (more)
Amtrak #5, The California Zephyr, rounds the horseshoe just east of Pinecliffe, Colorado. The train is about to enter the short bore of Tunnel #29.
Two EMD SD60s in the Oakway Scheme sit waiting for a new crew to head back to Denver, Colorado, on a siding in Longmont, Colorado, late in the day.
After meeting an eastbound BNSF train at Rocky, this westbound UP empty coal train from Paducah, KY rounds the curve just west of Eisilie SIding (formally known as Clay). The suburbs of Arvada, Wh... (more)
BNSF 5437 is seen stopped at Longs Peak, Colorado, next to a farm silo, which is common in the area.
The BNSF tracks run down the middle of Atwood Street with five crossings through the neighborhood. Longs Peak Avenue and 3rd Avenue are the only crossings with gates and lights. Here at Longs Peak... (more)
With only about 35 minutes left of sun light, BNSF 1929 and BNSF 1572 crest the hill on the Front Range Community College Campus near Hover Road in Longmont, CO.
Running at restricted speed, the "Salad Shooter" heads west towards Sherman Hill on Main 2 just east of Granite.
BNSF 8294 sports the Warbonnet Scheme, and is seen waiting to head north at Berthoud, Colorado.
Just before sunset, the Cheyenne Frontier Days special races through the city of Brighton, CO on July 19, 2014. The train is returning to Denver from Cheyenne, WY.
A BNSF crew member gives the engineer hand signals before making the joint with a set of empty BNSF covered hoppers that were filled with barley at the Coors Elevator in Highland, CO.
Rain, fog, and wheel slip. That pretty much sums up of what's happening here. An SD70M, AC6044CW, and SD40N lead the North Yard - Grand Jct manifest as they climb the grade at Big Ten Curve.
GWR 914 and GWR 2243 sit on one of the sidings in the town of Windsor, Colorado, on this cold January day.
After getting a clear signal from the dispatcher at Keensburg, this loaded westbound races downhill just East of Rescar, Colorado and then eventually into Denver for a crew change.