Spring thunderstorms fill the sky as BNSF ES44AC #6434 leads an eastbound 13,000ft coal empty out of the small town of Hudson, CO on June 3rd, 2019.
The absolute last rays of sunlight glimmer off the nose of the BNSF 8580 as it pulls a load of PRB coal through the Colorado suburb of Hudson before crew changing in Denver.
Sunset is only a few minutes away as a BNSF Coal Train lead by a pair of EMD SD70ACe's heads west to Denver after pulling out of the siding at Hudson on the BNSF Brush Subdivision on February 11th... (more)
Only a few minutes after the H-LINDEN clears Hudson Siding, BNSF GP39-3 #2778 leads the Hudson Local back from Roggen, CO to the Rescar Oil Facility.
BNSF ES44AC #6289 leads a westbound coal train over the trestle near Hudson, CO.
A pair of BNSF engines still in their original paint schemes race semi-trucks on parallel I-76 as they approach the Tank car facility at Hudson with the Hudson local.
The sun has gone behind the mountains for the day as the second of two coal loads heads west with a pair of BNSF SD70ACe's leading just east of Hudson, Colorado on December 14, 2015.
Late in the evening, new BNSF 3937 heads South with a unit train of empty Cement hoppers.
An engineer is his own brakeman as he walks ahead in the rain to throw a switch so his 45-tonner can proceed. The life of a small industrial operation....
Sunday morning around 10:30am, a westbound coal load headed for Amarillo, TX derailed on BNSF's Brush Subdivision on the west side of Hudson, CO, about 30 miles northeast of Denver. Here, crews ar... (more)
Sunday morning around 10:30am, a westbound coal load headed for Amarillo, TX derailed on BNSF's Brush Subdivision on the west side of Hudson, CO, about 30 miles northeast of Denver (home of an ani... (more)
Two BNSF SD70ACe's bring up the rear of this empty coal train at the County Road 51 grade crossing between Hudson and Keenesburg just after sunset.
Hand held at 1/8 sec, f/5.0, at ISO 400.
At dusk, Kansas City Southern ES44AC no. 4684 leads a KCS Grey AC4400CW on this eastbound BNSF empty coal train just east of Hudson on the Brush Subdivision.
A BNSF Coal Empty heads East on its way back to Powder River with help from this DPU Unit.
After performing switching duties at the Rescar Facility, the
Hudson Turn heads back to Denver with former Santa Fe power on the point.