An executive painted 70MAC with the well liked circular BNSF logo on its nose pulls an empty rail train through Pueblo Junction as it heads to the BNSF Pueblo Rail Complex welding facility south o... (more)
The executive paint of this 70MAC has held up rather well as it sits all by its lonesome off main 1 on the house track located here in Castle Rock. The locomotive looks great against the darkening... (more)
As it starts to descend downgrade, a BNSF unit tank train enters into the famous "sag" on the Joint Line near the summit of Palmer Lake. This location is one of the 3 areas on the Joint Line wher... (more)
Cruising along at 40mph and at an elevation of 5700 feet, a Boeing 737 fuselage flies through the Centennial State at the head end of today’s KCKPSO as it keeps climbing the grade towards Palmer L... (more)
A Norfolk Southern Gevo adds to the uniqueness of this coal train as it swings through the Pueblo Junction in route to a stop at Baxter siding with a malfunctioning DPU that will need some attenti... (more)
was originally gonna get this train on the Brush Sub but a fleet of westbounds that needed to head into Denver held up a handful of eastbounds in Denver from the Joint Line. Seen here, a CP ES44A... (more)
With a blue flag erected and sitting atop the mainline, today’s North Antelope Mine special gets a refreshing filler up of diesel as the train makes a quick pit-stop in Pueblo.
Rounding the curve past the Pueblo Railway Museum and passing the entrance tracks to the former Rio Grande yard, today’s KCKDEN heads into their yard with a three pack of Dash 9 units up front, th... (more)
After spending most of the morning picking up cars from the yard, the 4049 and its other units have finally made it back to their train and are moments away from continuing their journey to Amaril... (more)
The 102 local comes back into their yard with loads of rail showing off the various types of flat cars that are used to haul it.
After a day of switching industries east of Pueblo and dropping off cars for the test track in Avondale, the BNSF local comes... (more)
Not in Kansas anymore A couple of visitors from both ends of the continental spectrum, that is the deep south and north of the border have seemed to of found their way to Pueblo this day an... (more)
As the day is close to coming to an end, the daily KCKDEN heads into the BNSF yard at Pueblo with the sun’s golden rays lighting up itself and the jointed UP mainline rails to its left.
After patiently waiting for 2 and a half hours, the DENKCK finally gets to depart the mill town as the sun sets on another day in Pueblo.
Early morning clouds and a rising sun combine to show off some amazing colorful effects as a new day is about to begin on the BNSF. War Eagle!!!