BNSF 5954 (ES44AC) leads a coal train over the Santa Fe bridge in the town of Larkspur.
An eastbound Santa Fe manifest crosses the landmark Santa Fe trestle at Larkspur, Colorado. During this era, Santa Fe trains were in the minority on the Joint Line. Traffic was dominated by Burlin... (more)
A pair of Dash-2s run over the Santa Fe bridge in Larkspur, CO with the twice weekly Pikes Peak Local.
A pair of Burlington Northern GE C30-7s bracket a pair of EMD Oakway Leasing SD60s leading a coal train grinding up the grade through Larkspur on February 24, 1988. The train is crossing the bridg... (more)
A pair of Dash-2s run a pair of cars up grade over the Santa Fe bridge in Larkspur.
With an executive MAC shoving on the rear, coal loads head down the BNSF/UP Joint Line.
CITIRAIL 1346 (ES44AC) and Executive MAC 9429 shove a loaded coal train through Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 6814 (ES44C4) leads a hopper train over the Santa Fe Bridge in Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 6247 (ES44AC) and an Executive MAC pull a loaded coal train over the Santa Fe Bridge in Larkspur, Colorado.
It is once again a common sight to see Executive MAC's running coal along the Joint Line in Colorado.
BNSF 5735 (ES44AC) passes a signal as it pulls a loaded coal train through Larkspur, Colorado.
An AC GEVO makes its way up grade into Larkspur, CO with a loaded coal train.
The wide open prairie lands between Greenland and Palmer Lake provide ideal scenery for photographing trains.
BNSF 7931 (ES44C4) leads a double stack along I-25 near Larkspur, Colorado.
DPU duty notwithstanding, it is still a good day when you catch a Warbonnet on either end of a train.