Southbound BNSF manifest train climbing through Castle Rock
Leading a southbound on Colorado's Joint Line
BNSF's twice weekly southbound Pikes Peak Local was climbing past Orsa siding in Castle Rock this morning
The 4th Infantry Division rolls through Castle Rock, Colorado on its way to Fort Carson, courtesy of the Union Pacific.
BNSF 5757 (ES44AC) leads a coal train through Castle Rock, Colorado and will start the climb over Monument Pass.
UP 8676 (SD70ACe) hauls what appears to be the entire armored compliment of the 4th Infantry Division to Fort Carson, Colorado. Included in this very long train were 72 M-113 armored personnel ca... (more)
Brand new BNSF 8497 leads an empty coal train northbound through Castle Rock, CO on Colorado's Joint Line, past an old grain elevator.
Coal empties and their DPUs race north toward Castle Rock, CO.
The executive paint of this 70MAC has held up rather well as it sits all by its lonesome off main 1 on the house track located here in Castle Rock. The locomotive looks great against the darkening... (more)
A pair of KCS "Southern Belle's" head North toward Denver leading this empty BNSF coal train.
A deadheading BNSF Passenger train is seen at the last light of the day heading South towards Colorado Springs.
BNSF 6030 (ES44AC) brings a coal train into Castle Rock, Colorado on the Joint Line, where it will stop until given clearance to proceed to Colorado Springs
Well-worn C30-7s lead coal empties north a few miles south of Castle Rock. That's the other main across the valley.
A loaded BNSF coal drag crawls slowly southward down the Joint Line at sunset
A southbound BNSF grain train using the normal northbound only main two climbs past the golf course in Castle Rock on the Joint Line