A heavy lashup of BNSF power was needed for this long grain train running through Westminster, Colorado
A good looking Warbnnet BNSF 4713 helps shove a long grain train through Westminster, Colorado on the Front Range Sub.
A power-heavy grain train led by BNSF 7337 (ES44DC) runs through a cut in Westminster, Colorado.
Correct Leader with Sand
Warbonnet leader at Broomfield with sand pauses for the switch.
Fresh Snow and Sunshine in Rural Boulder County
Fresh snow lines the Front Range Subdivision near Westminter, CO on a Holiday Greeting Card morning.
BNSF sand is rounding the super elevated Westminster Curve with venerable Warbonnet BNSF 785 in the lead into the last moments of sun on a winters evening.
The Denver to Fort Collins, CO manifest train rumbles through Westminster as the sun breaks through the clouds of an April rain shower.
A loaded sand train, bound for Ft. Collins, has stalled on the hill in Westminster. Fortunately, the Denver Road Foreman was able to drive out and check the DP motors (shown here) and learn that t... (more)
BNSF 4249 (ES44C4) leads a hopper train through Westminster, Colorado.
BNSF 6701 (ES44C4) leads an autorack train up to Burns Junction on its way to Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 6195 (ES44AC) runs The Ridge in Westminster as it heads towards Denver.
BNSF 6567 (ES44C4) runs through Westminster, Colorado on its way to Denver.
BNSF 3789 (ET44C4) pulls a freight through Westminster, Colorado.
BNSF 7584 (ES44DC) Runs past the Westminster Light Rail Station with a long string of empty DOD flatcars.
Led by brand-new GE ES44DC No. 7628, a BNSF employee special passenger train rounds the curve along Lower Church Lake between Westminster and Broomfield, Colorado, on the morning of June 8, 2007.