BNSF 6155 (ES44AC) leads the morning Z Train through Roggen and towards Wiggins, Colorado.
A loaded BNSF coal train slowly heads down the Joint Line and through Castle Rock, leading a large parade of southbound traffic.
Pulling out of the siding at Elsberry, this rock train is passing a classic signal on the Hannibal Sub, elevated for protection from flooding along the Mississippi River.
BNSF heading out of Superior, WI back to Wyoming. It was a clear and sunny day that just barely climbed over 0 degrees F. It was -15 F a few hours before.
One of the many empty coal trains that go via the west end of the Creston Sub is pictured here near sunset, enroute for a fresh load of coal from the Powder River Basin.
BNSF 6155 brings up the rear of loaded coal train C-NAMCXL0-07A.