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.
Before UP 844 showed up, this North Platte East, Nebraska bound manifest is seen rounding the curve at Archer Hill, Wyoming.
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)
A quiet county road brings us to Pawnee, Colorado, where the Pawnee Power Plant is located. Between Brush and Fort Morgan one can see BNSF trains racing along the farmland either towards Denver or... (more)
An SD70MAC and a SD70ACe round the curve just East of Rescar with empties from Texas and going back to Rawhide Mine in Wyoming.
After meeting a coal load at Irondale, this coal empty races through Eno and leaves the greater Denver Metro Area for the high plains of Northeastern Colorado.
The DPUs on this Minnequa, Colorado empty are seen passing the Hudson Turn which can be seen on the left waiting for a clear signal from the dispatcher to proceed west. On the right, a cross and a... (more)
It's just after sunrise as the daily Denver, Colorado to Chicago, Illinois Z-Train is about to pass under the bridge at Lochbuie and then into Tonville.
Blasting through the Potomac Road grade crossing and passing an old house is a hot shot Denver, Colorado to Chicago Z-Train led by two GE ES44DCs.
With an empty coal train safely tucked away in the siding at Tonville in the backround, a loaded coal train is about to blast under the overpass bridge at Lochbuie.
After letting the coal load pull into the siding at Roggen, the Denver, Colorado to Chicago, Illinois Z-Train continues East towards the windy city of Chicago.
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)
Two BNSF Executive SD70MACs are the DPUs of this loaded coal train as they roll through Pawnee, Colorado.
BNSF 9143 East breaks the silence in Fort Morgan, Colorado with a empty coal train going back to the mines in Wyoming.
After setting out the bad order, the crew pulled up to the EBCS Roggen. Once the Denver - Chicago pulled up on the siding, BNSF 712 crew changed with a crew the Z-Train brought in from Denver.