Zephyr on Golden Pond: The morning California Zephyr heading to Denver was greeted with a stunning golden sunrise at Barr Lake.
BNSF Bluebonnet #2854 (GP39-2) leads a stack out of the intermodal yard in Denver. Notice the Herzog MOW train and the UP's North Yard in the background.
BNSF 2897 (GP39M) has solo duty muscling a freight on the Broomfield siding.
Foster Townsend Rail Logistics' #1515 (SW1500) in on the move from Fort Collins, Colorado where it had been posted at the Budweiser brewery. Here we see it get an escort as it moves through the ... (more)
A Herzog MOW train heads down the track past the UP's North Yard. The train will pass through downtown Denver and the head east on the Brush Sub.
ConAgra's SW1200 works the Commerce City Grain facility.
BNSF 6129 (ES44AC) breaks out of the trees and the shadows as it leads an empty coal train east on the Brush Sub.
BNSF 6948 (ES44C4) emerges from the fog leading a trio of other engines and a long freight towards Blue Mountain Road in Coal Creek Canyon, Colorado.
BNSF 9129 (SD70ACe) has left Sterling and leads a grain train through Merino, Colorado on its way to Denver.
BNSF 6419 (ES44AC) waits for clearance to leave the Sterling yard while an ACe leads a grain train out of town.
In what was one of the last major snowfalls of the year in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, BNSF 7277 (ES44DC) leads an oil can train around the Crescent curve as it heads to Denver.
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.
BNSF 9129 (SD70ACe) leads a long grain train past a grain silo facility in Atwood, Colorado.
The recent rain in Sterling, Colorado provides an opportunity for a reflection shot of BNSF 6327 (ES44AC).