Drivers were doing double-takes as they drove past this scene. After all, its not every day you get to see 6 Boeing/Spirit 737's flying in tight formation through Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 8253 pulls a special cargo of six Boeing/Spirit 737 fuselages through Broomfield, Colorado. The flooding problems in Nebraska have resulted in these airframes passing through Colorado on thei... (more)
When the BNSF runs a load of freight to clients in Broomfield, Colorado they will stop at Burns Junction in Westminster and swap an engine from the front to the rear, which then leads the train as... (more)
BNSF 3160 (GP50) pushes back down the Broomfield spur to drop off a load of freight cards. If you look closely you can see an engine on the far end, making for this unique pull me - push you cons... (more)
BNSF 6567 (ES44C4) holds at the Broomfield siding under Wadsworth Boulevard to allow a northbound container train to pass. Soon it will get the green signal to lead its five other engines and a l... (more)
Southbound BNSF 6195 (ES44AC) meets a northbound freight and pulls onto the Broomfield siding so that the northbound train can then head to Boulder.
After passing through Boulder, Colorado, BNSF 6195 (ES44AC) pulls onto the Broomfield siding and will run up the hill to the Utah Junction so that a northbound freight can then head to Boulder.
BNSF 3160 (GP50) backs a freight down the spur that will take them to Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 3160 (GP50) heads to Broomfield, Colorado with a small freight.
BNSF 3160 (GP50) leads a freight heading to Broomfield, Colorado.
After lining the siding switch up ahead reverse, the conductor has climbed aboard BNSF ES44C4 No. 6764 and will pull into the siding at Broomfield, Colorado, on November 18, 2018.
BNSF 3020 (GP40M) heads uphill to Utah Junction where it will wait for a southbound train to clear before heading to Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 3020 (GP40M) rounds the corner and heads towards Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 800875 is a former heavyweight class business/observation car that has been converted to a track measurement car. I could just imagine this car being on the end of a 1950's streamlined AT&SF... (more)
A BNSF Special Tack Measurement Train, anchored by former business car 800875, runs through Broomfield, Colorado on its way to Boulder.