Two locals work side by side in the yard as the loaded coal glides by on the main.
The DP's and train on the NS 8099 west glint in red as the sun sets behind hazy skies on 11/15/14. There was a inversion in the area causing all of the haze.
With it’s train in the background, four GE locomotives lead BNSF’s M-PVODEN (Provo, Utah to Denver manifest) downgrade around Big 10 Curve west of Rocky, Colorado, on October 20, 2012.
BNSF’s M-PVODEN (Provo, Utah to Denver manifest) curves around the hopper car windbreak at Big 10 Curve east of Clay, Colorado, on October 20, 2012. The city of Denver is 16 miles (“as the crow fl... (more)
This ex-Santa Fe consist lead a southbound grain train a few miles north of Prairie. Hard to believe these SD40's wouldnt lead mainline trains forever like seen in this 1998 photo. A SD45 and a C3... (more)
Coal empties slink north into Larkspur behind the 3 modern-day paint schemes one will find on BNSF coal trains: The Swoosh, Patched Executive, and Faded Heritage II. Learn more at Railroad: BNSF RailwayLocomotive: GE ES44ACLocation: Larkspur, Colorado, USALocomotive #: BNSF 6346Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: June 21, 2010
These two decoupled from the eight loco monster and headed back down south.
Eight locos, no waiting! BNSF 6716, BNSF 8977, BNSF 1502, BNSF 341 [GP 60B], BNSF 743, FURX 3013, and BNSF 744.
BNSF 8722, BNSF 553, BNSF 5311.