Larkspur, Colorado has some of the prettiest scenery a railfan could ask for, with tracks running through the Black Forest, over a large trestle bridge and past the small but picturesque town. ... (more)
The BNSF orange really stands out in the snow. Here we see BNSF 5846 (ES44AC) crossing a culvert as it leads a coal train between Castle Rock and Larkspur, Colorado.
The open prairie land between Greenland and Palmer Lake is known as Spruce, Colorado, and allows one to take an entire coal train into view. BNSF 5846 (ES44AC) strains to pull a loaded coal up th... (more)
BNSF 5846 (ES44AC) strains to puss a loaded coal past Spruce, Colorado.
BNSF 5846 (ES44AC) leads a coal train through the Black Forest of Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 5846 waits for a signal to proceed east.
An eastbound BNSF coal empty descends Winston Hill passing milepost 214 east of Winston, Montana, just after sunset at 9:30 p.m. on July 2, 2018.
An eastbound loaded coal train, between Ashby & Hyannis, traverses one of the few remaining sections of single track on the Sandhills Subdivision.
BNSF 5846 leads eastbound loads between Hyannis & Whitman Nebraska.
A northbound empty ballast train rolls along in Palmer Lake, CO on October 18, 2017.
Late in the day of July 2, 2016, a southbound BNSF coal train climbs to the top of Logan Hill at Logan, Wyoming, in a stormy Powder River Basin.
A BNSF coal train skirts a curve east of Washougal as it heads west down the Fallbridge Subdivision on a nice winter day.
Trains, especially coal trains, can seem huge as you watch them go by. But place them in the wide open spaces of Powder River Basin and their size can seem much less significant beneath a rolling ... (more)
BNSF 5846 leads the G414 in route to RJ to be turned over to Pan Am with Warbonnet (Fake) 4704 second out.