A southbound loaded windmill blade train rolls long the Diagonal Highway in Gunbarrel, Colorado just northeast of Boulder.
A northbound BNSF Denver, Colo. to Great Falls, Mont. manifest led by a Heritage 1 painted C44-9W and "Swoosh" painted C40-8W approach the Owl Canyon Road crossing north of Wellington, C... (more)
Norfolk Southern's "Pennsylvania" Heritage Unit no. 8102 made a trip from Beaumont, Texas to the oil loading facility at Swan Ranch near Cheyenne, Wyoming. After dropping off their train so it can... (more)
On a sunny Sunday afternoon, two BNSF GE's lead the Laurel, MT to Denver, CO manifest as they climb Berthoud Hill near the north switch at Longs Peak, CO.
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)
A loaded concrete tie train led by a ageing Warbonnet C40-8W and BNSF GEVO have just crossed over the UP main line and Lincoln Way in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
It's 30 minutes after sunrise, as this loaded concrete tie train led by an aging Warbonnet C40-8W and BNSF GEVO crosses over a county road just north of Wellington, Colorado near Owl Canyon.
After meeting the Denver - Great Falls manifest at Owl Canyon, this southbound stack train proceeds south north of Wellington near Owl Canyon Road.
A loaded "Stinky Slinky" molten sulfur train patiently holds the main at Longs Peak, Colorado where they'll meet a northbound manifest.
An empty Union Pacific coal train led by an assortment of GE's round the s-curve while entering Coal Creek Canyon west of Arvada and Denver, Colorado.
Normally stored at the UP Steam Shop and Roundhouse in Cheyenne, Wyoming, UP 949, one of three E9's left on the UP roster lead a test train down the Greeley Sub in Brighton, Colorado. They will ho... (more)
After meeting the Denver, Colorado to Green River, Wyoming manifest at Brighton, the "Test" train led by UP E9A no. 949 races along US-HWY 85 near Henderson, Colorado. What I assume is t... (more)
Following behind the "Stinky Slinky" empty sulfur train, the Buck Local with a BNSF Heritage One painted SD40-2 and Santa Fe painted GP60 coasts down Berthoud Hill near the Little Thomps... (more)
On February 02, 2014, a southbound BNSF stack train led by three GE's trundles down the middle of Atwood Street in Longmont, Colorado after a good snow fall.
With minutes left of sunlight, two leasers and a warbonnet lead BNSF's Denver, CO to Great Falls, MT near Berthoud, CO.