A Holcomb, KS bound coal train climbs the grade out of Fort Morgan as it crosses over the CB&Q bridge at Bijou Creek with an ex-BN executive painted SD70MAC leading.
The California Zephyr passes through a crossing in Wiggins, Colorado at sunrise.
The California Zephyr runs through a crossing at Wiggins, Colorado as the sunrise casts a sepia glow over the tracks.
The California Zephyr 6 train heads east on the Brush Sub through Wiggins, Colorado, running past a large pond created from the numerous rainstorms that have pummeled the area.
The California Zephyr runs through Wiggins, Colorado at Sunrise on the Brush Sub as it makes its way towards Denver.
The morning sunrise casts a bright reflection as BNSF 4244 (ES44C4) runs towards Wiggins, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
A bright sunrise catches BNSF 4244 (ES44C4) in a reflecting pond as it hustles a freight eastbound on the Brush Sub at Wiggins, Colorado.
The California Zephyr 6 train was about 8 hours late leaving Denver, which afforded the opportunity to get a shot as it ran east on the Brush Sub in sunlight.
BNSF 9299 (SD70ACe) muscles a loaded coal train through Wiggins on the Brush Sub towards Roggen, Colorado.
BNSF 9299 (SD70ACe) shoves a coal train on the Brush Sub past the signals west of Wiggins, Colorado.
BNSF 9326 (SD70ACe) shoves a loaded coal train through the sunflower fields west of Wiggins, Colorado.
BNSF 6041 (ES44AC) leads a coal train through Wiggins, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
Ground fog and a golden sunrise create a glow around the California Zephyr as Amtrak engine 1#46 (P42DC) leads the train west on the Brush Sub.
Ground fog and a golden sunrise creates a sepia-colored morning as the California Zephyr runs through Roggen on the Brush Sub.
A valley of wild sunflowers surrounds BNSF 9027 as it shoves loaded coal train between Wiggins and Roggen, Colorado.