BNSF 4547 is the leader of an odd manifest train out of Casper, Wyoming as it heads up the hill outside of Berthoud on its approach into Longmont. This train was originally a Laurel to Denver mani... (more)
The new pedestrian footbridge that connects Industrial Lane and Midway Boulevard in Broomfield has yielded many new photo opportunities, such as this meet between a southbound grain train, led by ... (more)
Buck Wheat in the Pastures
Slowly working up the Lafayette branch through the open pastures of rural Boulder County with the Lafayette switch affectionately called the Bu... (more)
A loaded windmill blade train descends down Bunker Hill, into the People's Republic of Boulder, as it passes the Valmont Reservoir.
The Buck Local heads south on the Front Range Sub, through Louisville, as it heads for the Broomfield Branch Line
Correct Leader with Sand
Warbonnet leader at Broomfield with sand pauses for the switch.
As the sun sets behind the Rocky Mountains, BNSF AC4400CW #5686 leads a northbound coal empty through Norfolk, CO on August 18th, 2020.
BNSF SD70ACe #8596 leads a northbound loaded blade train through the siding at Norfolk, CO on August 18th, 2020.
Fresh Snow and Sunshine in Rural Boulder County
Fresh snow lines the Front Range Subdivision near Westminter, CO on a Holiday Greeting Card morning.
Buck Wheat in the Fall
The occasional Lafayette local works northerly at 15 mph towards its drop on the Lafayette branch on a vibrant Front Range Fall day.
A Seattle, WA to Omaha, NE stack train takes the siding at Broomfield for a northbound manifest on a warm, summer morning along Colorado's Front Range.
Storm Light at Broomfield
BNSF 2828 like a venerable 62’ Chevy handles the Lafayette business on the “Buck Wheat” northbound on its way back to Longmont.
In One of the Many Moods of the Flatirons
A rare early Winter Storm ravaged the front range for 2 days between September 7 and 9. The Lafayette, CO local affectionately called ... (more)
Rural Boulder County
Niwot, Colorado has a certain preserved rural quality to it. This northbound could easily be Chinese Red CB&Q SD9’s or a Colorado & Southern 2-8-0.
Seasons Collide at Olde Town Louisville
Southward on the Front Range through the snow coming down in rural Boulder County the Laurel Montana manifest kicks up the snow.