UP 6756 (ES44AC) shoves a long oil can train into Tunnel 2 while the rest of the train runs through Tunnels 3 and 4 just north of Crescent, Colorado.
BNSF ACe 9119 leads a loaded coal train around Palmer Lake as it heads south on the Joint Line.
BNSF 9334 (SD70ACe) muscles a loaded coal train west on the Brush Sub at Hudson, Colorado.
A matching set of Geeps takes a cut of oil cans to the Hudson Terminal east of Brighton, Colorado.
Gotta give props to whomever created the lashup placing a Warbonnet on lead of a freight.
The California Zephyr runs past Barr Lake in Brighton, Colorado, giving riders a quick glimpse of a wildlife area that has a variety of migrating species, and even a few bald eagles.
A bright orange sunrise greets the California Zephyr as it runs through Wiggins, Colorado.
BNSF 7485 (ES44AC) muscles a freight up the Moffat Tunnel Sub and will soon enter the 12-mile tunnel running under the Continental Divide.
After running through Boulder, Colorado the Warbonnet arrives in Longmont on the Front Range Sub and passes the historic depot located downtown.
What's better than a Warbonnet leading a freight? TWO warbonnets leading a freight. BNSF 766 (Dash9) leads a freight moving north on the Front Range Sub.
The California Zephyr runs through Wiggins, Colorado at sunrise.
The Colorado Railroad Museum had their Denver Rio Grande Western 491 (Baldwin 2-8-2 built in 1902) run some vintage freight cars around the track.
BNSF 9119 (SD70ACe) leads a coal train through Palmer Lake on the Joint Line.
BNSF 7125 (ES44C4) leads a stack train through the Cajon Pass area in California
BNSF 7936 (ES44C4) leads a stack train through Keenesburg, Colorado.