BNSF 1075, BNSF 4026, BNSF 8274, EMDX 798, BNSF 2224, CSXT 238, BNSF 4011, HBRY ****, and KFR 2501 start to move south out of Longs Peak, Colorado, as the temperature was well below zero.
BNSF 6124 rolls slowly through the farmland at Longs Peak, Colorado, on this sunny late November afternoon.
On a bright sunny November morning, BNSF 1035 waits to head south into Denver, Colorado, at Longs Peak. If you notice, the Derail Sign has bullet holes on it. It appears these country folks did so... (more)
On a frigid December morning, BNSF 5138 blasts by BNSF 3001, which is tied down on the Buck Local at Longs Peak, Colorado.
The crew on this Buck Local went DOL. The train is tied down at Longs Peak, CO, with a freshly painted BNSF 3001 on the point.
BNSF 9341, the lead unit on an empty coal drag, is seen waiting on the siding as it meets a Tacoma, WA to Denver, CO Q-Train, at Longs Peak, CO.
With it being in the middle of November, you may still find some beautiful colors still popping around. On a colorful green/yellow late November afternoon, BNSF 6124, BNSF 9399, and BNSF 9236 are ... (more)
BNSF 6124, BNSF 9399, and BNSF 9236, and the Valmont Train are seen arriving at Longs Peak Siding, just before sunset. The crew will tie the train down and be picked up by Rezenburger and be taken... (more)
BNSF 4660 leads the 'PASSAG' up Berthoud Hill at Longs Peak, Colorado, on a cold December day.
BNSF 5437 is seen stopped at Longs Peak, Colorado, next to a farm silo, which is common in the area.
EMD 9069 is the lead unit on a BNSF Tacoma, WA to Denver, CO Q-Train, as it takes the siding at Longs Peak, CO.
After the conductor realigned the North Siding Switch Longs Peak, Colorado, BNSF 8294 is seen working down the grade on Berthoud Hill, on its way to Tacoma, Washington.
BNSF 4199 is seen meeting the BNSF 8157 at Longs Peak, Colorado.
BNSF 9399 is seen passing through the north end of Longs Peak Siding.