After one of Colorado's first snow fall of the season, flurries continue to fall. However, the temperature continues to drop into the low 20's and upper teens as a loaded crude oil train rolls on ... (more)
An SD70M and ES44AC bring up the rear of the hot shot Los Angeles, CA to Ashland Ave. (NS Chicago, IL) Z-Train as they leave the greater Cheyenne area at Archer Hill.
Bettendorf-style bogie on CB&Q 14649 in Niwot, CO.
The southbound Tacoma - Omaha stack train starts to head up Burkes Hill out of Boulder as they head south towards Denver.
With an empty coal train clear in the siding, an eastbound loaded coal train eases down grade on towards Denver from the Moffat Tunnel.
The morning sun starts to illuminate Coal Creek Canyon as a westbound empty coal climbs the grade towards Tunnel #1 near Blue Mountain Road.
Shortly after the crew showed up to start their day's work, the Johnstown Local slowly creeps into Johnstown. The train will pull down to the south leg of the wye and shove their cars into the yar... (more)
Don't worry, nothing bad happened. Since most if not all of Great Western's trackage is Restricted Limits (RL), multiple trains can operate on the same track. Seen here, The Windsor Transfer seen ... (more)
Running at restricted speed, the "Salad Shooter" heads west towards Sherman Hill on Main 2 just east of Granite.
Three SD70M's and an SD60M lead the Quality Manifest from Pocatello, ID to North Platte, NE through the small town of Burns, WY.
Three UP units lead the hot shot Los Angeles, CA to Ashland Ave. (NS) in Chicago, IL Z-Train around the s-curve at Archer Hill, WY just east of Cheyenne.
The DPU's on this Public Service of Colorado empty coal train roll pass a tied down Provo, UT to Lincoln, NE BNSF Manifest tied down in the siding at Pinecliffe, CO.
It's just after sunrise as a westbound Public Service of Colorado empty coal train slowly makes its way through Barber's Gulch west towards the Moffat Tunnel just west of Denver.
The local out of Johnstown led by two HLCX GP38-2's is about to crest Walker Hill near Walker. I am not too sure what the percentage the grade is, but heavy trains do get a good work out.