Shot through the old cattle loading pen along main two at Greenland, CO is the rear DPU of a BNSF coal train slugging it up the grade to Palmer Lake.
Even though it's more than 25 miles away, Pikes Peak still looms large over the Greenland Open Space as a northbound manifest easily breezes through toward Larkspur. More info at Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: GE C44-9W (Dash 9-44CW)Location: Greenland, Colorado, USALocomotive #: BNSF 737Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: June 21, 2009
Through a small space in an old wooden structure, BNSF 5974 can be seen moving SB along the Joint Line.
A little different angle on Greenland's big red barn, as BNSF 9938 passes through headed south.
About this time last year while trying to compose a similar shot from this location, I stepped on a rather large and rusty nail. It went up through the sole of my boot, and into my foot almost co... (more)
South bound coal load crawling up the Palmer Divide just north of Palmer Lake, CO
BNSF 5767, missing the "S" on the nose, pulls a coal load south through Greenland, CO.
A chilly day after a light snowfall as UP 6770 heads SB past the big red barn.
The moon is still visible this morning as BNSF 5274 moves SB past Greenland's big red barn.
BNSF 9964 passes through Greenland on a warm October morning on its way south.
BNSF 9247 crosses Noe Road on its way SB through Greenland.
BNSF 9626 rolls through Greenland alongside the interstate as it makes its way south.
BNSF 9295 is just coming into Greenland on its way south.
BNSF 9936 rolls south through Greenland on a picture perfect September day.