UP 7354 (ES44AC) leads a freight through the signal bridge on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
AMTK 175 (P42DC) leads the morning Colorado Ski Train up the steep grade towards Tunnel 1. The train will navigate the colorfully wrapped passenger cars through 30 more tunnels as it makes its wa... (more)
As amazing as this morning's sunrise was, it would be surpassed by today's sunset. The sky turned amazing shades of blues and reds which lasted for nearly 20 minutes. Luckily a coal train went th... (more)
Today started out with an amazing sunrise at the blue hour and as luck would have it, a BNSF coal train came along just at the right time and passed by Barr Lake in Brighton, Colorado.
BNSF 278 (SD75I) is another former Warbonnet that has been assimilated into the pumpkin collective.
BNSF 8504 (SD70ACe) holds station on the Broomfield Siding, waiting to get the green light to head to Denver.
The BNSF Bond, James Bond #8007 (ES44C4) drops the hammer and the sand as it tries to get a long ballast train moving between Spruce and Palmer Lake, Colorado.
With storm clouds moving in and a bright sunset, UP 8553 (SD70ACe) leads a trio of UP power past the old Colorado and Southern water tank which sits in the UP's North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
There are a number of large multi-track signal bridges in the Denver area. This one is located on the Moffat Tunnel Sub which is just west of the UP's North Yard in Denver.
It has been a long stretch since I have seen a SD75M in these parts. Granted, I'd rather see one in a Warbonnet scheme, but seeing BNSF 271 run 'The Sag' outside Palmer Lake is still OK with me. ... (more)
BNSF 8598 (SD70ACe) leads a loaded coal train over a bridge at East Plumb Creek, south of Sedalia, Colorado.
A mix of light and heavy power que up to the fueling islands in the UP's North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 8521 (SD70ACe) brings a loaded coal through 'The Sag' as it heads to Palmer Lake, Colorado.
BNSF 8007 (ES44C4) pulls a ballast train through the S curve at Spruce, Colorado.
UP 7943 (ES44AC) leads a triple header freight through Palmer Lake, Colorado.