BNSF 8436 (SD70ACe) and three other mates shove a hopper train through Sedalia, Colorado.
It's great to see an Executive MAC on point again.
The coal trains are stacked up on the Joint Line ready to head south with loads of coal. The main line tracks are adjacent to RTD's light rail tracks, and here we see RTD 225 pulling in at the En... (more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum's 55 Ton critter, the Golden City & San Juan #4, spend the day pulling passengers around the circuit in open air passenger cars. The engine was built in 1964 for Algo... (more)
There is a notable increase of coal trains running north and south through Colorado. Here we see a lone BNSF 6416 (ES44AC) leading an empty coal train south on the Joint Line through Sedalia, Col... (more)
BNSF 6201 (ES44AC) leads an empty coal train through the S curves north of Palmer Lake, Colorado
BNSF 6217 (ES44AC) leads a loaded coal train into Palmer Lake, Colorado
More and more MAC's are showing up in Colorado, with a noticeable uptick of MAC assisted coal trains running along the Front Range.
A matched pair of Executive MAC's are waiting in Longmont, Colorado for their next run.
The remote operator of UPY 618 (former Missouri Pacific GP15-1) brings the short freight into the North Yard for sorting.
The UP heavies are in the house. UP 7467 (ES44AC) joins a variety of other heavy units in the North Yard, waiting for either servicing or assignments.
The remote operator of UP 1357 has just finished sorting a string of freight cars and heads to the top of the ladder to grab another string.
Four former Burlington Northern engines accompany two former AT&SF units as they wait for service in the BNSF's Denver engine facility.
The Denver Rock Island's SW1500 pulls a cut of oil cans across Packinghouse Road in Denver.
The morning California Zephyr leaves Denver Union Station and heads to California. Looks like they snagged a large tarp somewhere.