BNSF "trough train" running southbound on normal northbound main
#2 near Sedalia, CO
Running southbound on the normal northbound main #2 the 9143 is on the point of a coal load clmbing through Sedalia, CO.
Today BNSF was running trains against the normal flow of traffic due to a crossing replacement in Larkspur on the #1 main. BNSF 9836 is climbing south out of Sedalia, CO on the normal northbound m... (more)
With the foothills in the distance a pair of GEVO's bring a coal train through Sedalia.
Twin ACes act as DPUs as they make their descent into Sedalia on a northbound coal empty.
It's views like this that make Colorado great! Put a train in the frame and it makes it all the much better!!
This plow and it's power unit were in transit to work after heavy snow fell in southern Colorado the day before. This equipment is still lettered for the BN.
A load of coal works uphill into the sunrise, leaving a Denver snow squall behind.
A shiny ACe pulls uphill into the sunrise in Sedalia, while 25 miles back, snow falls over Denver.
BNSF 9758 is just coming into Sedalia on its way south.
A TLKX coal load moves south from Denver with 2 units on point, and 3 more on the rear.
Former AOE now goes by the name of GrandLuxe Rail Journeys.
Southbound, north of town.
KCS 723 and 724 made a rare appearance on sb BN coal load climbing the Palmer Divide. The KCS GE units (2000-series) show up in Colorado on rare occasions in 2005.
A pair of executive paint SD70MACs lead a southbound coal train on the Joint Line between Kellytown and Sedalia on a fine Sunday morning.