A trio of 'old school' BNSF power pulls a freight through Fort Collins, Colorado.
BNSF 1444 (SD60M) leads a freight down Mason Street in Fort Collins, Colorado.
I could have been much worse. On a rainy Thursday in Fort Collins, Colorado, the driver turned right as the train was approaching and missed the road, turning instead too soon and ending up on the... (more)
You can still find former BN Cascade Green engines roaming the Front Range of Colorado. Here BNSF 1444 (SD70M) pairs with a Heritage III engine and waits in Longmont Colorado for a train to take ... (more)
The Pikes Peak Local enters CTC territory at Palmer Lake, passing the since-removed searchlights.
BNSF's twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local running on the Pikes Peak Sub with namesake Pikes Peak in distance approaching Greenland.
BNSF 1444 (SD60M) leads a colorful trio in the Denver Yard
BNSF's Pikes Peak local scoots north on the Joint Line towards Denver behind a former BN SD60M & ATSF B40-8W. The trains namesake mountain is seen in the distance standing at 14,114 feet tall.
BNSF twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local south of Monument
Still painted in the original owner's Cascade green scheme, this ex-Burlington Northern SD60M which has been residing in the state of Colorado since 2014 patiently awaits the next train to move.
BNSF 1444 leaves the yard with another former BN engine.
BNSF 1444 (SD60M) is on point while spending the afternoon shuffling cars in and out of the classification yard in Denver. These two veteran BN engines are just a sample of the variety of power t... (more)
Some tubers take advantage of high temps and a cool South Platte River, passing under BNSF 1444, a SD60M taking a string of freight cars out of the Denver Yard.
The engineer of BNSF 1444 brings a freight out of the Denver Yard.
BNSF 1444 (SD60M) is on point for a freight coming out of the Denver Yard.