was originally gonna get this train on the Brush Sub but a fleet of westbounds that needed to head into Denver held up a handful of eastbounds in Denver from the Joint Line. Seen here, a CP ES44A... (more)
Two ES44ACs act as DPUs as they trundle along the open hills and farm land as it's around sunset and this coal empty races through Longs Peak, heading back to Powder River to be loaded once again ... (more)
On a windy January afternoon, a Denver bound Guaranteed Service Intermodal is seen coming into Longmont, Colorado. The train originated in Tacoma, Washington and is led by BNSF 9796.
It's a lovely morning at Izzac Walton Park in Longmont, CO as a young couple enjoy the park while overlooking the entire park and the Longmont Turn rolling along at 10 MPH with a cut of cement car... (more)
The Longmont Switch is coming into Longmont with 30 cars for the Buck Local on a sunny snowy morning.
Three SD40-2s, displaying three different paint schemes use all their horse power to bring the Longmont Switch up Berthoud Hill at Longs Peak.
It's just after sunrise as a westbound empty coal train makes its way west towards the Moffat Tunnel through Rocky just west of Denver on November 15, 2013.
Originally built in 1930, the Union Pacific Depot in Greeley still stands to this day in great shape. Many passenger trains have served here over the years. Amtrak's San Francisco Zephyr served th... (more)
The DPUs are seen shoving hard on the rear of this Amarillo, Texas load, which is seen rounding the curve at Tampa, Colorado. Looks likes someone left the nose door open on the 9388.
After meeting a coal empty here at Wiggins, Colorado, the DPUs on this Smithers Lake, Texas bound coal load rev up and help assist the train for the remainder of the trip into Denver and then onto... (more)
BNSF 1791 and BNSF 1929 lead a short Longmont Switch out of Longmont as they head for Loveland and Fort Collins.
BN 541968 still looks grand after working so many years in coal service on BN and BNSF. Now, it works as a MOW Hopper, seeing being used on a Tie Work Train in Longmont.
A Galveston, Texas bound Sulfur Train, led by BNSF 8252, is seen coming into Longmont, Colorado. The train originated in Bonneville, Wyoming.
A clean GE C44-9W in BNSF's Heritage 2 Paint Scheme leads a deadhead move Officer Special through Longmont, CO from Topeka, KS to Vancouver, WA.
Two DPUs on this empty coal train help assist the train as they race out of Longmont and head back to Wyoming to load up on fresh black diamonds once more.