The orange glow of a Colorado sunrise catches the California Zephyr passing through Keenesburg, Colorado on the Brush Sub.
The Southwest Chief runs pas one of the last remaining semaphore signals on the Amtrak system. It is rumored that these will be removed by winter.
Two BNSF trains get ready to leave the Pueblo Yard and head east out of the city.
BNSF 3014 (GP40-2) leads the Hudson Local east on the Brush Sub as it takes a load of oil cans to the terminal.
A bright sunrise catches BNSF 4244 (ES44C4) in a reflecting pond as it hustles a freight eastbound on the Brush Sub at Wiggins, Colorado.
BNSF 8798 (SD70ACe) leads a mega coal train past the silo in Roggen, Colorado.
BNSF has their fire train at the ready in Denver, Colorado, including a specially painted caboose
BNSF Heritage I #1093 (Dash9) leads a short Boeing train with two fuselages through Sedalia, Colorado on the Joint Line.
The California Zephyr 6 train was about 8 hours late leaving Denver, which afforded the opportunity to get a shot as it ran east on the Brush Sub in sunlight.
The California Zephyr 5 train runs through Keenesburg, Colorado at sunrise on the Brush Sub.
Its snowing at Tolland, Colorado as UP 5430 (GE AC4400CW-CTE) leads a coal train towards the east portal of the Moffat Tunnel.
BNSF 7977 (ES44C4) heads towards Palmer Lake on the Joint Line.
BNSF 7728 (ES44DC) runs under Park Avenue Viaduct as it gets ready to leave Denver and head east on the Brush Sub.
In a few months these Boeing 737 fuselages will be flying above the clouds instead of riding the rails at ground level.
A BNSF Heritage I engine leads a short Boeing 737 fuselage train through Palmer Lake, Colorado as it runs north on the Joint Line.