The California Zephyr heads through Keenesburg at sunrise on the Brush Sub.
BNSF 6307 (ES44C4) repositions in the BNSF yard in Pueblo, Colorado.
Storm clouds are closing in as BNSF 3885 (ET44C4) shoves a collection of beautiful stainless steel passenger cars over the Santa Fe Bridge in Larkspur, Colorado.
UP 4802 (SD70M) leads a military bare table train through Castle Rock, Colorado on the Joint Line.
An Executive Grinstein SD70MAC waits for service at the BNSF engine serving facility in Denver, Colorado.
Storm shadows move across the grasslands as the BNSF Officer Special keeps pace and stays in the sun while running south on the Joint Line at Greenland, Colorado.
The area between Greenland and Spruce, Colorado offers great vistas where you can photograph whole trains running through prairie land.
A BNSF Officer's Special makes the corner in Castle Rock, Colorado with a stunning collection of stainless-steel passenger cars.
Amtrak #41 leads the southwest chief through the Gallinas Crossover as it runs the canyons between Trinidad, Colorado and Raton, New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief leaves behind storm clouds as it runs towards Colmar, New Mexico.
Amtrak engine #41 (P42DC) leads the Southwest Chief through the open prairie lands near Levy, New Mexico.
The Southwest Chief runs south towards Colmar, New Mexico as it heads towards its final destination of Los Angeles, California.
The Southwest Chief runs north through the cantilever signals at Gallinas, Colorado.
The BNSF officer special runs through the shadows as it heads south on the Joint Line through Spruce, Colorado.
A sliver of sunshine finds the BNSF officer special as it runs through storm clouds at Greenland, Colorado.