Under perfect weather conditions the 73rd CSX Santa Train makes a scheduled stop in this historic town on the former Clinchfield Railroad.
BNSF 4963 moves through Drummond on its way east.
A beautiful day for watching trains in Palmer Lake. Emily and Olivia take a look at UP 4542 as it heads south out of town.
UP 6834 SB through the center of Larkspur.
Citizens in large numbers would greet us in every small town we passed through.
From across the lake, UP 6770 is seen moving SB after a small snowstorm leaves just enough snow to cover the ground.
BNSF 9978 makes its way south through Larkspur.
A chilly October day along the Front Range, as BNSF 9758 makes its way SB through Larkspur.
Seen here from across the lake in the center of town, UP 7158 heads south into Monument.
On its way through Larkspur, BNSF 9936 heads south toward Greenland.
Great weather with cooler temperatures, and a clear sky as UP 7118 makes its way SB through the center of Palmer Lake.
The Leadville Colorado and Southern is returning back to the station after its daily run. Passengers ride the train to the top of Fremont Pass and back. The trip lasts just under three hours.
From the days of the Colorado Midland Railroad, the Hartsel Midland Depot is showing its age, but still stands as a reminder of days long past.
KCS 4613 SB through Palmer Lake. Spring has finally arrived here on the Front Range. Everything is green again, and people are getting outside to enjoy the warmer weather.
Taking the curve around the lake, BNSF 9854 heads SB through the center of town.