Storm clouds are moving in as Canadian Pacific 7002 (SD70ACU) muscles a freight through Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 6542 (ES44C4) leads a power-heavy freight through Tolland, Colorado on its way to the Moffat Tunnel.
BNSF ACe 8799 leads a loaded coal on the Joint Line through Greenland, Colorado.
BNSF 8117 (ES44C4) leads a GEO track inspection train on the Joint Line through the S Curve at Spruce, Colorado.
BNSF 8117 (ES44C4) leads a GEO track inspection train on the Joint Line through Greenland, Colorado. It was a major effort to open lines back up after the massive snow storm dropped 24 to 36 inch... (more)
The massive March 'Snowmageddon' snow storm that dropped 2 to 3 feet of snow along the Front Range of Colorado stopped train traffic for two days. As evidenced by the snow drift on the tracks in ... (more)
A UP military train carrying brand new armored personnel carriers heads towards Palmer Lake as a BNSF coal train heads north towards Denver, Colorado.
The massive snow storm not only shut down the BNSF for two days but also stopped all Union Pacific Traffic (as well as all RTD light rail and commuter trains). Tracks remain snow covered with sno... (more)
The calm after the storm. As evidenced by the lack of tracks in the fresh snow, the massive snow storm that dropped 24 to 36 inches of snow along the Colorado Front Range shut down rail service f... (more)
UP 5797 (AC4400CW-CTE) leads a freight down from Tunnel #1 just as dawn is breaking over the Colorado Front Range.
The heavy snow from the March ‘Snowmageddon’ storm that pounded Colorado’s Front Range provided a thick layer if icing on the vintage power in the Colorado Railroad Museum’s grounds. In the front... (more)
The heavy snow from the March snow storm is leaving its mark on the power sitting in the yard of the BNSF engine servicing facility.
BNSF 9272 (SD70ACe) pulls a freight between Castle Rock and Larkspur, Colorado on the Joint Line.
A frosty California Zephyr is getting the full brunt of the massive snow storm that walloped the Colorado Front Range.
The huge storm that pounded the Colorado Front Range created near whiteout conditions. Forecasts called for 3 to 4 feet of snow in the foothills area of Colorado.