A southbound BNSF load crosses over to UP main track 2 at Bragdon on the Joint Line.
CREX 1325 brings up the rear of a northbound empty on the Joint Line at Bragdon.
The sun is setting on 30th day of August the Seattle, WA to Alliance, TX stack train barrels pass the station of Bragdon; just north of Pueblo, CO.
A pair of EMD SD70MACs lead a loaded Powder River Basin coal train through the S-curve of Bragdon, seven miles north of Pueblo, after a relief had just boarded the train to take it to La Junta. Wi... (more)
Heading for Pueblo, a southbound BNSF coal train works through an “s” curve south of Bragdon on Colorado’s Joint Line on October 19, 2013.
Property Line They don’t call it the Joint Line for nothing, as evident here in Bragdon a section of track clearly marks where each railroad’s ownership ends and begins.
Black diamonds from the Antelope Mine make their way into Pueblo as evident by the water tower on the left after having just gotten off the famous Joint Line and make their way on original Santa F... (more)
A southbound BNSF coal load passes by the now replaced searchlights at the control point of Bragdon on the BNSF Pikes Peak Sub, just north of Pueblo,CO 1/8/08.
BNSF power reflects in the aftermath of a front-range rain storm. Also my 25th picture accepted here!
southbound BNSF coal train departing Bragdon, CO on Pikes Peak Sub near Pueblo, CO
A pair of Heritage 2 painted MACs push an empty coal train as it charges ahead onto the famous Joint Line at CP Bragdon in the afternoon light.
A long coal train shows the curvature of the land as it makes its way off the Joint Line and onto home rails.
With a relatively new GEVO on the point, another load of coal is framed by the search light signals at Bragdon.
Two of EMD's heavy haulers pull a 120 car loaded coal train off the joint line and onto BNSF territory.
A loaded BNSF coal drag crosses over from Joint Line Main #2 to the ATSF main at Bragdon. See EXIF data for shot details.