There is a thick morning haze in the air as BNSF 5808 (ES44AC) brings a loaded coal train through Brighton, Colorado.
In a few more months the snow will start to fly along the Front Range of Colorado, offering railfans a chance to brave the cold for a variety of photo opportunities.
The blisters on the nose of Amtrak 14 indicate its age as the California Zephyr highballs past a farm near Brighton, Colorado.
BNSF 9947 shoves a super long coal train through Brighton, Colorado. More and more of the 'Mega Coal' trains (two long trains connected together) have been running through the Colorado Front Rang... (more)
If you are in the Denver area and have a free evening, you should swing by Barr Lake in Brighton (NE of Denver). The tracks have easy access as they parallel I-76 and angle in such a way that the... (more)
BNSF 9647 (SD70MAC) is well known for running with an experimental paint job, called the Creambonnet (also known as 'Vomit Bonnet"). Here it teams up with another MAC and an ACe to muscle a ... (more)
BNSF 8798 (SD70ACe) gets a helping hand from a Kansas City Southern AC4400CW as it moves a empty coal train past Barr Lake.
BNSF 9234 leads an eastbound coal empty at Tonville, CO, on the BNSF Brush Sub. May 30, 2019. Note the other railfan at the bottom of the image!
An AZPX unit coal train rolls northbound through the town of Brighton, CO, where it will take the siding and wait for 844 and the southbound CFD Train.
BNSF 2392 leads the Hudson Turn westbound on the BNSF Brush Sub, at Barr, Co. June 19,2019.
Rear DPU;s Ferromex 4096 and 4078 assist a coal load on the BNSF Brush Sub, at Barr, Co. June 19,2019.
BNSF 2392 (GP39-3) runs the ridge along Barr Lake, Colorado.
Under a late evening sun, BNSF 2392 (GP39-3) leads an oil can train along the Brush Sub towards Denver.
BNSF 9307 (SD70ACe) leads a loaded coal train under ominous storm clouds towards Denver.