Storm clouds are moving in as BNSF 9084 (SD70ACe) sits among the sunflowers waiting for a green light to run east on the Brush Sub.
The sun has been up for only minutes as BNSF 5917 (ES44AC) leads an empty coal train east on the Brush Sub through Roggen, Colorado.
BNSF 5942 (ES44AC) meets a rainbow at Roggen, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
A massive storm east of Roggen, Colorado provides a ominous backdrop to BNSF 7609 (ES44DC) leading a stack train west on the Brush Sub. That storm produced at least one tornado as it moved south.
Storm clouds at Roggen, Colorado create the perfect rainbow backdrop for BNSF 5942 (ES44AC) heading east into the storm.
The California Zephyr rides the rails towards Roggen, Colorado as the sunrise bathes the horizon is a golden glow.
BNSF 6537 (ES44C4) leading a grain train meets an eastbound ACe leading an empty coal towards Roggen, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
BNSF 9928 (SD70MAC) shoves an empty coal train through Roggen, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
A late California Zephyr 6 train runs through Roggen, Colorado.
Amtrak engine 134 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr #6 train east through Roggen, Colorado.
BNSF 2698 (GP39-3) works the grain elevator at Roggen, Colorado.
BNSF 3854 (ET44C4) leads the Z stack train towards Roggen, Colorado, while also carrying a Boeing 737 fuselage.
BNSF 2698 (GP39-3) has just dropped off a cut of hopper cars at a silo in Roggen, Colorado and runs light back to Hudson.
Low light experience at Roggen, CO
The California Zephyr races the sunrise as it heads through open country east of Roggen, Colorado.