Posted by WGrow on April 25, 2007 
Sweet, I got to get there sometime.. excelent shot.
Posted by Janet Cottrell on April 25, 2007 
Spectacular location and shot.
Posted by sd70railfan on April 25, 2007 
Wow! Got the who train. excellent work!
Posted by Dean Kaplan on April 25, 2007 
Beautiful shot David. I also like you got the whole train in this shot.
Posted by RAILFAN09 on April 26, 2007 
AWESOME PHOTO! There isn't any better place to take a picture of a train, I think, then right at that location.
Posted by BNSF SAMMY on April 26, 2007 
Beautiful photo.
Posted by Dwayne Kukovich on May 1, 2007 
Very nice shot. That would make a nice poster.
Posted by Andy Toms on May 1, 2007 
Great shot! That is what Big Ten is all about.
Posted by Mitch Goldman on May 1, 2007 
Who says you have to shoot outside the box to get a great photo? Nicely captured!
Posted by Willie Brown on May 2, 2007 
Super photo & Location. I don't think you could have captured it any better.
Posted by Gregory Weirich on May 2, 2007 
Great photo and congratulations on POTW
Posted by S&C Editor on May 2, 2007 
Cool! Here's how it looks from the bottom:
Posted by Bates E. on May 3, 2007 
Ah yes! Spent several years near there at Rocky Flats.
Posted by Leia on May 5, 2007 
Congrats on a awesome shot. Beautiful. :)
Posted by Tom Michele on May 6, 2007 
Wow! You got the whole thing in one image. Sure, the terrain helps, and the railroad cooperated, but you did it. Congrats.
Posted by Bulldog on May 7, 2007 
Great photo. Is this the curve that has the coal hoppers welded to a section of rail or is that somewhere else??
Posted by Gordie on May 31, 2007 
David: Question For you I notice in the fore ground there are 2 sets of tracks but thru the rest of the shot I only see 1... is there a switch somewhere to go that siding track???
Posted by Chuck Hamilton on April 14, 2008 
Judging from the signals,l it looks like the switch may be beneath the 5th or 6th unit
Posted by Rick Hendricks on May 7, 2009 
Chuck, you're correct about the switch location. Bulldog, yep, this is it. You can just barely make out the hoppers hiding behind the tree line in the middle left of the photo. Great shot, Dave. Rick Hendricks, BNSF Railway
Posted by Kilroy1313 on October 31, 2010 
I like this very concentrated shot of a long freight train. You don't have to look twice at this picture to capture its message. One of my preferred shots at RP ! Great ! :-)
Posted by Peter Gootzen on March 18, 2011 
Amazing shot! One of my all-time favorites!
Posted by Dylan VanAntwerp on October 15, 2011 
It's amazing how far into the distance you can see from this height. Looks like a good 50 miles or so. Incredible photo.
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