Snow is falling at Crescent, Colorado as BNSF 8503 (SD70ACe) assists an oil can train down the mountain on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
A heavy 100-car Union Pacific Herzog ballast train plods westbound up the two-percent grade of the Moffat Tunnel Subdivision. The train is climbing through four tunnels at South Draw just east of ... (more)
3’s a Charm
Number 5 with 3 up front and some extra business on the rear rolls at tunnel 19 out of west Crescent, CO.
UP 6756 (ES44AC) shoves a long oil can train into Tunnel 2 while the rest of the train runs through Tunnels 3 and 4 just north of Crescent, Colorado.
A power move and some tonnage roll towards tunnel 19 at Crescent, CO.
Heavy Snow Falling
E WSUGJC0 01 almost silent from the heavy flock of snow hustles through the Tunnel District amid freshly fallen deep snow in Eldorado Canyon. 2/2/22 (taken from ... (more)
Number 5 is flying the mile west of South Draw on a very Colorado winter day in the Rockies.
A westbound Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight on Union Pacific’s Moffat Subdivision is pulled by a set of A-B-A Super Fleet warbonnets at Crescent, Colorado, on February 6, 1999. Santa Fe4 GE... (more)
The South Draw Sand Train Pull
No other place on the Moffat Tunnel Subdivision combines grades, curves and tunnels like South Draw. This is the section of railroad the Rio Grande purchase... (more)
BNSF 7485 (ES44AC) shoves a freight through Crescent, Colorado.
A sunny day catches BNSF 7485 muscling a long freight west through Crescent, Colorado on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
BNSF 7869 (ES44DC) leads a freight around the corner at Crescent, Colorado on its journey down the mountains towards Denver.
BNSF 3868 (ET44C4) shoves a freight through the curve at Crescent, Colorado. There was a high wind warning this day as evidenced by the whipping of the tops of the Rocky Mountains
UP 5382 (ES44AC) leads a long freight through the signals at Crescent, Colorado as it climbs towards the Moffat Tunnel.
The California Zephyr runs the siding signal at Crescent, Colorado as it heads into the Rocky Mountains.