BNSF #6017 is leading the CBKMSLP110 west of Roggen, CO in the early morning sun.
BNSF #6017 is leading the CBKMSLP110 through the Keenesburg curve shortly after sunrise on its first trip west. A classic Chicago Burlington & Quincy spot with... (more)
BNSF 5930 (ES44AC) shoves an empty train to the east as a bright and colorful sunrise washes the farm fields with an orange glow.
Amtrak #10 is leading the California Zephyr into Keenesburg, Colorado at dawn, hoping to make Denver's Union Station by the target time of 7:00 am.
A beautiful Colorado sunrise bids hello to the passengers and crew of the California Zephyr as it heads towards Denver, Colorado
BNSF 7102 (ES44C4) leads the Z train around the Keenesburg Cut as it heads towards Denver, Colorado.
The absolute first light of a frigid post solstice Winter’s day strikes the point at the curve into the morning sunrise at Keenesburg, CO. The aluminum hoppers are ablaze in the morning fiery red ... (more)
Smoke from the wildfires on the western slope of Colorado have made for some stunning sunrises and sunsets on the eastern plains, with the result here of a surreal glow as the California Zephyr hi... (more)
BNSF 4278 (ES44C4) leads a grain train towards Keenesburg, Colorado.
The fast falling snow gets blasted by a fast moving coal as BNSF 9132 (SD70ACe) rounds the elevated curve at Keenesburg, Colorado.
The sounds of EMD motors can be heard working hard as a loaded coal train struggles up the grade through the farming town of Keenseburg on a windy May evening.
BNSF 7280 (ES44DC) leads a stack train through Kennesburg on its way to Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 7280 (ES44DC) leads a fast moving Z train through the Keenesburg Cut as it heads towards Denver, Colorado.
After holding in the siding to let an intermodal train pass, this 120 car loaded coal train grinds up the hill of Keenesburg, CO on BNSF's Brush Subdivision. Shortly, the weight of 17,000 tons of ... (more)
BNSF 7834 (ES44DC) runs towards Denver on the Brush Sub, passing through Keenesburg, Colorado during the worst part of the blizzard that walloped the Front Range.