An Alliance, NE to Pueblo, CO empty rail train is seen High Balling through the small eastern Colorado town of Roggen.
This 'Executive' model SD70MAC leads a coal empty as it passes through East Rescar, CO. This was a nice change from the GEVOs and SD70ACes that are seen regularly on this line.
This ex-Santa Fe unit, that most likely has seen a lot of service in its time, is seen sitting on an Industrial siding near the BNSF Depot awaiting its next assignment.
This Holcomb, KS bound Coal load is seen passing by Barr Lake, as it nears Denver where a crew change will take place.
This BNSF High Priority Z-Train, bound for Chicago, speeds east passing through Tonville, CO.
The Crew on this Local boards the lead unit, that's sitting on the siding, after waiting for a coal empty to go by. Shortly they will leave and take their train back to Denver and call it a day.
The Hudson Turn is seen parked on a siding across from this trackside memorial placed there by some residents of Hudson, CO, for someone who was killed at the nearby Highway 52 crossing.
A pair of DPU's push hard on the rear of this westbound coal load as it moves out of the siding at East Roggen, CO.
Lite Power moves towards the BNSF Depot after completing switching duties in the East Yard.
The BNSF Longmont Turn, with a variety of power, heads south near Ogallala Road towards Denver, CO.
A pair of Geeps with different paint schemes sit on the House Track near the BNSF Depot waiting to be called into service on the Longmont Switch.
The BNSF 'Buck Local' operates between Longmont, CO and Denver 6 days a week. With GEVO Power on the point, the 'Buck' is seen arriving back in Longmont before pulling into the East yard.
A pair of ex-Santa Fe EMD SD40-2's, one in the original paint scheme, the other re-painted to the H1 BNSF scheme, are currently in service on the BNSF Longmont Turn.
After stopping at Brush, CO for a brief time, this Coal Empty is seen leaving town with two trailing Distributed Power units.
The Conductor and Engineer on this BNSF manifest carry on a conversation while waiting for their relief crew to arrive on another train.