A rare leader on the BNSF in 2020 has a former Santa Fe SD75M heading a loaded rail train and a former Burlington Northern SD70MAC north out of Castle Rock, CO.
A southbound XCLX coal load stretches out between Sedalia and Castle Rock passing the former ATSF siding of Orsa. Another neighborhood is taking shape on the right side of the tracks here, and is ... (more)
BNSF 296, a former Santa Fe SD75I and a rare leader for Colorado, leads an Executive 70MAC and a loaded welded rail train north through Castle Rock, CO on the Joint Line.
DRGW heritage, UP 1989 leads a southbound merchandise train at Castle Rock, CO, on Apr 11, 2020.
The Rio Grande Heritage Unit has no problem pulling UP's Denver North Yard to Pueblo manifest train through Castle Rock as it races up the 1.3% grade towards the summit of the Palmer Divide (7,251... (more)
Working through Castle Rock, Colorado, over the Joint Line is a southbound Santa Fe freight beneath the town’s namesake butte on July 10, 1987. Leading the six-unit locomotive set is GE B23-7 No. ... (more)
UP 1995 leads the Denver North Yard to Pueblo train into Castle Rock, CO.
BNSF 9008 (SD70ACe) pulls a loaded coal train past the iconic rock outcrop in Castle Rock, Colorado.
A BNSF coal train passes a high tech cable TV satellite facility in Douglas County, Colorado.
BNSF 5735 (ES44AC) crests a hill with a loaded coal train in Castle Rock, Colorado.
BNSF 8782 (SD70ACe) snakes through the 'S' curve in Castle Rock, Colorado.
BNSF 8782 (SD70ACe) leads a loaded coal past a signal in Castle Rock, Colorado.
SP 373 leads a southbound coal train at Castle Rock, CO, on Colorado's Joint Line, Mar 6, 2004.
The BNSF orange really stands out in the snow. Here we see BNSF 5846 (ES44AC) crossing a culvert as it leads a coal train between Castle Rock and Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 9272 (SD70ACe) leads a loaded coal train past the iconic rock which give Castle Rock, Colorado its name.