The California Zephyr runs through the signals at Keenesburg as a beautiful Colorado sunrise gives the area an orange glow.
The air is frozen and dawn is taking over the blue hour as Canadian Pacific 8137 (AC4400CW) leads a grain train towards the signal at Keenesburg, Colorado.
BNSF 5419 (Dash9) is coming at you as it enters the Keenesburg Cut while running east on the Brush Sub.
BNSF 9321 (SD70ACe) leads an empty coal train through Keenesburg, Colorado and will run through Roggen next.
The California Zephyr passes through a signal block as it get a green to head towards Denver, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
Torrential rains fell for 4 days strait, causing localized flooding, and the Brush Sub was in the middle of it all.
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Storm light and light fog provides dynamic lighting for BNSF 9321 (SD70ACe) as it leads an empty coal train east on the Brush Sub.
Its blue hour on the Brush Sub as BNSF 8200 (ES44C4) leads a long freight through Keenesburg, Colorado.
The California Zephyr couldn't have timed its appearance any better as the Colorado sunrise casts an orange glow over the entire Keenesburg valley.
Heavy rains pooling along the tracks catch a reflection of the California Zephyr 5 train as it runs through Keenesburg, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
A golden Colorado sunrise greets the California Zephyr as it runs west on the Brush Sub towards Denver.
The California Zephyr hits the signal at east Keenesburg, Colorado at sunrise as it heads to Denver.
BNSF 5860 (ES44AC) leads an empty coal train through Keenesburg, Colorado as it runs east on the Brush Sub.
BNSF 8354 (ES44C4) climbs the grade towards Keenesburg, Colorado.
With wildfire smoke in the atmosphere enough to create an orange glow, The California Zephyr enters the east side of Keenesburg just as the sun rises above the horizon.