In this shot of the massive BNSF power move you can see all 28 engines running past Barr Lake in Brighton, Colorado. It is certainly an impressive sight seeing that many engines lashed together. ... (more)
#3985 is leading the circus train into Denver.
BNSF 6076 (ES44AC) shoves and empty coal through Brighton, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
The California Zephyr passes Barr Lake at sunrise as it heads towards Denver, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
UP 9039 (SD70AH) leads a container train southbound on the Greeley Sub late in the summer evening.
'Zephyr Fire and Ice' The temperatures are below freezing as the California Zephyr passes a frozen Barr Lake while a fiery sunrise develops over the horizon.
BNSF ACe's and Executive MACs can be found working the coal trains coming and going to Denver, Colorado.
Temperatures are well below freezing as dawn breaks with storm clouds, catching BNSF 9177 (SD70ACe) leading a coal train through Barr Lake in Brighton, Colorado.
BNSF 9041 (SD70ACe) and Executive MAC shove a load of coal towards Denver on the Brush Sub past Barr Lake in Brighton, Colorado.
BNSF 8537 (SD70ACe) leads a loaded coal past a full Barr Lake in Brighton, Colorado.
BNSF 5965 (ES44AC) is framed by mother nature as it leads a loaded coal past Barr Lake.
BNSF 8416 (SD70ACe) heads into a bright sunrise with an empty coal train.
The California Zephyr casts a reflection on the glass-smooth surface of Barr Lake as it runs through Brighton, Colorado on the Brush Sub at dawn.
The California Zephyr runs past Barr Lake in Brighton, Colorado. On the back if you look closely are two private Patrick Henry cars.
The haze from last year's massive wildfires in the Colorado Rocky Mountains casts a red glow as the sunrise greets the California Zephyr on its run towards Denver.