After having the Stinky Slinky roll up SSS Longs Peak, the Longmont Switch waits at Longs Peak for the Loaded Sulfur Train to roll up MP 42 so the local can head back into town.
This empty coal train is seen pulling into the siding at Longs Peak after realigning the switch. The train will meet a SB LAUDEN here before heading north and will meet another SB at Owl Canyon be... (more)
After meeting two northbounds at Longs Peak, the Tacoma, WA to Kansas City, KS Stack Train waits for the Longmont Switch units to come up to Highland lite to pick up cars and clear up so they can ... (more)
The Longmont Local waits to head south into Longmont after meeting a northbound in the siding at Longs Peak.
Three SD40-2s, displaying three different paint schemes use all their horse power to bring the Longmont Switch up Berthoud Hill at Longs Peak.
UP 5504 leads this BNSF manifest onto the siding at Longs Peak, CO.
This BNSF Officers Special moves through the countryside passing a an empty coal drag parked on the siding at Longs Peak, CO.
After the power returned to their train, the conductor make sure every thing is secure and a brake test will be done before leaving Longs Peak.
My youngest nephew watches the conductor tie his train down at Longs Peak Siding before setting out the first two lumber cars at Highland.
Rolling down hill at Longs Peak, the LAUDEN begins to slow as begin to stop at the SSS Longs Peak to set out cars at Highland.
A Laurel, MT to Denver, CO manifest is stopped on the main
at Longs Peak, CO. The crew will then set out some cars on the siding at Highland and then continue their trip into Denver.
After a late afternoon set out of cars on the siding at Highland, CO, BNSF 4702 begins its journey south to Denver.
An Heritage 2 C44-9W and ES44C4 lead the weekly Denver, CO to Tacoma, WA Stack Train that is seen waiting for the second southbound to show up at Longs Peak.
A BNSF Laurel, MT to Denver, CO manifest holds the main waiting for a Local to clear up at Longmont.
Gotta Love Them Warbonnets! After meeting the Longmont Switch and an extra Longmont Turn at Longs Peak, two warbonnets notch up again as they round the curve out of Longs Peak approaching t... (more)