BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) leads a loaded coal train towards Palmer Lake, Colorado.
A pair of AC motors pull an empty coal train back to the Powder River Basin as they roll across the plains of southern Colorado on the BNSF's Spanish Peaks Subdivision.
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) circles Palmer Lake as it takes a loaded coal train south towards Colorado Springs.
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) leads a coal train through Castle Rock on the Joint Line and will slowly climb to Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) leads a loaded coal train towards Palmer Lake, passing the trusty chase vehicle that has seen over 91,000 miles in just less than three years.
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) leads a loaded coal train to Palmer Lake.
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) crosses over a decorative stone tunnel as it leads a coal train into Palmer Lake.
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) pulls hard on a load of coal through Castle Rock, Colorado and slowly climbs to the next town. There is a 500 feet elevation change to Larkspur which is 11 miles away, and anot... (more)
As seen from a guided tour of Galesburg Yard during railroad days, a GEVO brings up the rear of a northbound coal train on the Brookfield Sub passing behind the hump tower.
Empty NS coal train 735-18 is running over CSX trackage rights as Z70319 with runthrough BNSF power. The train will get onto home trackage just behind me.
On July 1, 2012, a BNSF coal empty cruises through the curves at the mouth of Coal Creek Canyon, Colorado. These BNSF coal trains are fairly rare on the Moffat Tunnel Subdivision; this one is head... (more)
A monster NS Triple Crown train runs east through Decatur on a Sunday morning.
Southbound coal train passes the remnants of a wreck. Two light-rail and two freight tracks have been blocked here, with just one more open for use.
BNSF 6047 on the elevated rail through Grand Island.