BNSF 5411 (Dash 9) runs past the abundant scrub brush near Palmer Lake; a result of the monsoon seasonal rain showers that blanket the Front Range daily during this time of year.
Severe thunderstorms have blanketed the Colorado Front Range, and BNSF 5411 briefly catches a spot of sun as it outruns the hard rain and hail on its way to Larkspur.
A BNSF grain empty crosses the bridge over the inlet of Swamp Creek into the Noxon Reservoir on June 29, 2019. Some sort of variety of wild rose is blooming in the foreground along waters edge add... (more)
Late in the day, a westbound stack trains works its way along a wash and through several cuts between Java and Klinefelter as it climbs the 1.4% grade up Goffs Hill. The sun will soon set leaving... (more)
Another rare visitor on the southern transcon- A CP Gevo trails on this eastbound stacker. In the past 7 years, this is my 2nd CP unit that I have spotted down here.
A westbound between Old and New Keenbrook.
This is a westbound auto rack. Passing east above was a unit grain train.
Because of trackwork on the Olive Sub, the M-BARSDG sits at Spot 1 Esperanza.
Strong backlighting highlights the mains and yard tracks at Etna.
Taken from the riverside, this empty grainer is hustling east near Cooks siding.