Storm Light at Tonnville
Severe weather warnings shut down the Brush Sub for a time on this stormy evening in June 2019. Waiting impatiently for the weather to pass this ... (more)
BNSF 2548 (GP39-3) gets ready to run a string of oil cans from the terminal in Hudson, Colorado to the Commerce City refineries.
Hudson Terminal Railroad's #4027 (Ex US Army Baldwin RS4TC) sits idle in the Hudson Terminal while the crew breaks for lunch.
BNSF 2548 (GP39-3) leads a short oil can train from Hudson and will drop off the cars at an oil refinery in Commerce City, Colorado.
BNSF 6402 (ES44AC) leads a freight through Hudson, Colorado just as the sun rises above the tracks.
With a bright sunrise coming up over the Brush Sub, BNSF 9069 (SD70ACe) passes the signals just west of Hudson, Colorado.
Chicago Bound Overnight
ZDENCHI flies at track speed up and around the super elevated curve east of Hudson, CO. Textbook light and the Front Range glow in the morning sun.
Fire at Sunrise
The intensity of a vibrant red June sunrise strikes the nose of an eastbound manifest throttling up the grade to Keenesburg. CO.
One of the more attractive paint schemes on a switcher is this Hudson Terminal Railroad's #4027, an ex US Army RS4TC engine built by Baldwin.
BNSF 2548 (GP39-3) leads a cut of oil cans from Hudson to Commerce City, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
A pair of BNSF GP39-3's work the oil can terminal in Hudson, Colorado. After assembling a train they will take the cars to the refinery in Commerce City, Colorado.
BNSF 7970 (ES44C4) leads the Z train through Hudson, Colorado and will arrive in Denver about 30 minutes later.
Hudson Terminal Railroad #4027 (ex US ARMY RS4TC) works the large tank car facility in Hudson Colorado.
Amtrak 192 highballs the California Zephyr through Hudson, Colorado.
Leaving the dark storm skies behind, BNSF 3127 (GP50) leads the Hudson oil can train towards Denver.