BNSF 6076 (ES44AC) shoves and empty coal through Brighton, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
UP 2001 (SD70M) still looks great in the Olympics torch relay paint.
UP 6538 AC4400CW arrives with two helpers, including the UP North Western heritage, at the Vestas blade factory on the north end of Brighton, Colorado.
KCS 4756 (ES44AC) shoves an empty coal through Brighton, Colorado along the Brush Sub.
A sharp looking BNSF 2746 (GP39E) whips up the snow as it leads a load of oil cans through Brighton, Colorado.
A colorful Colorado sunrise greets BNSF 6410 (ES44AC) as it leads a loaded coal train through Brighton, Colorado.
With just minutes of sunlight left, BNSF 5190 (Dash944CW) makes smoke as it pounds the rails on its way to Denver.
BNSF 2746 started life in 1964 as a GP35 for the Southern Pacific. It later operated for the Burlington Northern and now runs for the BNSF as a GP39E. 55 years old and still making bank.
BNSF 4583 (Dash 9) leads a Z-Train through the trees in Brighton, Colorado.
Its the blue hour before sunrise as BNSF 6034 leads a loaded coal train towards Denver, Colorado.
It's pretty rare to see 5 pumpkins powering a train out of Denver, but here we see BNSF 7018 (ES44C4) leading a long freight past Barr Lake.
BNSF 6420 (Dash 9) leads a Herzog train towards Denver
With just about a minute left before sunrise, BNSF 6023 casts a reflection in one of the smaller ponds around Barr Lake in Brighton, Colorado.
A trio of pumpkins leads a good looking Warbonnet and a Z train toward Denver, running past Barr Lake located in Brighton, Colorado.
A Pony lends a hand to BNSF 6082 as they shove a coal train into the trees.