A heard of cows pays no attention to a BNSF freight as it rounds the corner at Big 10 Curve and heads downhill towards Rocky, Colorado.
As RTM 810 is stopped on the south track at Saint-Lambert to detrain some passengers, CN 323 rolls by on north track on its return trip from St. Albans, VT.
CN 324 smokes up as it approaches the ex-CN station at Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu QC. The station was built in 1891.
An unusual BNSF Eastbound empty Oil train is using Union Pacific trackage rights and is seen following along the Colorado River at the East switch at Tunnel siding in De Beque Canyon.
BNSF C44-9W 1099 in Heritage I paint, BNSF C44-9W 633, Oakway SD60 9030 and BNSF C44-9W 4436.
The final stop on our chase of BNSF 4405 and its freight was Palmer Lake, Colorado. Palmer Lake is at elevation 7,250 feet and is at the top of the Palmer Divide which is separates the Denver met... (more)
Westbound empty garbage train near Home Valley in the Columbia River Gorge.
CN 323 is waiting for its light at the St-Lambert station. After getting a permissive signal, CN 323 will be on the move again to finish its trip at CN's Taschereau yard.
NS 9455, borrowed from the CN 529 pool, leads CN 323 on its return trip from St. Albans VT as it passes over the Richelieu river.
After passing through Larkspur, the BNSF freight made its way past the CircleF8 Ranch on its way to Palmer Lake. As the train approached I was hoping the cows would look my way, and as it turned ... (more)
The chase took us to the south side of Larkspur, where this sweeping trestle spans a creek and two roads, and is long enough to catch all three power units as they cross.
Goat boats on stacks are eastbound about 50 miles west of Havre, MT.