A Boeing 737 Fuselage rides BNSF 800105 north on Colorado's Joint Line.
Southbound BNSF local headed to Drennan tangled with a US Mail tractor trailer.
Rio Grande GP40-2 3106, SD40T-2 5403, GP40 3057 and GP9 5953 bring a train through Colorado Springs on its way to Burnham Yard in Denver on August 22, 1980.
This train had four brand new ES44AC's on it.
How much longer can you get shots like this: unpatched Denver & Rio Grande Western paint in front of the Rocky Mountains? The days are numbered...
Favorite shot of the trip: Executive MAC and coal as seen from a cliff just south of the Academy siding!
Empty coal DPU gets ready to take the siding at Academy for a meet with southbound coal.
Now this is Heritage paint! Untouched Rio Grande Geep in the yard in front of the Front Range!! Catch of the trip (for me)...
The climb to the top of the 14,110 foot mountain
BNSF VS beer filled semi trailer, everyone was ok.
BNSF 5044 with a whole bunch of others including NREX 6811.
As of May 1, 2005 their are only fifteen SP AC4400's in the 200 series left! 285 being the highest numbered 200 series.
Found the train tied down for the night.