An outbound empty coal train meets BNSF 9129 which will then throw the switch to enter the BNSF yard in Sterling, Colorado.
A pair of heavies get ready to enter the Sterling BNSF yard as soon as the empty coal clears the tracks.
BNSF 6055 (ES44AC) joins BNSF 2871 (former ATSF Bluebonnet GP39-2) in the engine line at Sterling, Colorado.
BNSF 2700 (GP39-2) has carried its Burlington Northern Cascade Green paint for 39 years.
BNSF 9129 (SD70ACe) takes the crossover that will put it into the BNSF yard in Sterling, Colorado.
BNSF 6419 (ES44AC) waits for clearance to leave the Sterling yard while an ACe leads a grain train out of town.
A line of heavies stack up at the BNSF yard in Sterling, Colorado. The decline in rail traffic has engines being stored in a variety of places.
BNSF 2700 (GP39-2) still wears the Cascade Green colors of its former Burlington Northern family.
The recent rain in Sterling, Colorado provides an opportunity for a reflection shot of BNSF 6327 (ES44AC).
The former Chicago, Burlington & Quincy/Burlington Northern branch from Holdridge, Nebraska, to Sterling, Colorado, is now operated by Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado RailNet. In this view on Januar... (more)
A trio of Burlington Northern EMD SD70MACs power a westbound coal train in the yard at Sterling, Colorado, after a passing storm on April 12, 1998.
UP 1886 at Sterling, CO.
A BNSF wagon wheel exec-Mac leads a loaded coal train down the Angora Sub on the north side of Sterling, CO
A pair of BNSF GE's lead a Graybull, WY to Lincoln, NE train out of Sterling, CO. This train, made up of a lot of bentonite clay out of Graybull and Lovell has made a set out at Sterling and will ... (more)
Three Burlington Northern SD40-2's and a GE U30C on a southbound coal train at Sterling, Colorado.