BNSF 4173 (a Dash9 painted in the H3 'Swoosh' scheme) leads a military train west from Fort Morgan during a snow storm.
Amtrak #15 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr as it whips up the snow running west of Pinecliffe, Colorado.
The California Zephyr runs through the trees west of Rollinsville, Colorado.
AMTK 12 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr and whips the heavy falling snow into a ground blizzard as it runs through the signal at West Tonville on its way to Denver, Colorado.
The massive forest fires in Colorado last fall forced the rerouting of the California Zephyr through Wyoming, which provided an opportunity to get the Zephry passing through the beautiful open are... (more)
A throwback Thursday photo of a vanishing breed - a Dash 8-40CW Warbonnet BNSF 895.
A Harsco spreader and a passing RTD commuter rail train provide additional color to the BNSF orange units waiting in the engine servicing yard in Denver, Colorado.
In this view we can see examples of the three different Heritage paint schemes (H1, H2 and H3) used by the BNSF Railroad. The earliest (H1) is getting harder to find these days.
BNSF 9317 (SD70ACe) leads a coal train through the trees in Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 2618 (GP39-3) waits in front of the Longmont Depot while the crew receives the paperwork for the Buck Local job.
BNSF 8407 (SD70ACe) shoves a loaded coal train through Lochbuie and the snow on the Brush Sub.
Warbonnet 4705 (Dash9) runs a freight through the S curves in Coal Creek Canyon on its way to Denver, Colorado.
Hudson Terminal Railroad's #4027 (Ex US Army Baldwin RS4TC) sits idle in the Hudson Terminal while the crew breaks for lunch.
UP 1640 (SD40-2 rebuilt to a SD40N) waits with other light power for assignment in the Union Pacific's North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
UP 3027 (SD70AH) leads a long line of UP motors through Little Ten Curve and will soon pass the Rocky Siding on the way to Denver, Colorado.