BNSF 4792 leads a westbound Z train at Roggen, CO, on the BNSF Brush Sub. June 6, 2019..
As a series of severe thunderstorms build over the Colorado Front Range, BNSF 8253 leads the Denver, CO to Lincoln, NE manifest east through the small town of Roggen, CO on June 17th, 2019.
The third of four eastbounds is seen racing out of the sunset through the small town of Roggen, Colorado along BNSF's Brush Subdivision on March 30, 2018
The day is almost over as the Provo-Lincoln manifest races through the small town of Roggen, Colorado on March 30, 2018. This is the second of four eastbounds that the westbound coal load in the b... (more)
BNSF 7526 leads the H-LINDEN towards Roggen Siding past the intersection of CR 75.5 and CR 24.5.
A pair of GE ES44AC's run elephant-style on a westbound loaded coal train through Roggen. CO.
It's just after sunrise as BNSF's Lincoln, NE to Denver, CO manifest led by two C44-9Ws, a GP38-2, and SD40-2 heads west out of the rising sun east of Roggen, CO. West of here, the train will pull... (more)
The westbound Chicago to Denver Z-Train pretty much has a straight shot into Denver as there's nothing coming east out of Denver as they pass the grain elevator at Roggen.
Racing along at 60 MPH, the hot shot Denver, CO to Chicago, IL Z-Train leaves the small town of Roggen, CO after meeting a westbound manifest in the siding.
Built by General Electric in Eria, PA in July 1997, this GE C44-9W (Dash 9-44CW) is one of many Dash 9s built for the BNSF Railway after the BN/ATSF merger in 1996. At the time these units were de... (more)
A single ES44AC is in charge of this empty welded rail train that is seen going through the small town of Roggen, bound for the CF&I Steel Mill in Pueblo.
An Alliance, NE to Pueblo, CO empty rail train is seen High Balling through the small eastern Colorado town of Roggen.
After letting the coal load pull into the siding at Roggen, the Denver, Colorado to Chicago, Illinois Z-Train continues East towards the windy city of Chicago.
A pair of DPU's push hard on the rear of this westbound coal load as it moves out of the siding at East Roggen, CO.