Photo By: Kevin Morgan
 

The Golden Sub only sees four trains per day, on average. When there is a lot of snow falling, that is sufficient time to cover the tracks up! It's up to this train to uncover and find the rails.
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Posted By Webmaster On Thursday, February 9, 2012 At 7:11:37 PM (PT)

David-  
 
The coal typically comes from western Colorado on the North Fork Branch. I don't know if it still runs, but in 2005, UP had a short coal train that ran to the Terror Creek load out. Terror Creek was only producing a very small amount of coal and I believe much of what little they were producing went to Coors.


Posted By David On Thursday, February 9, 2012 At 7:03:00 PM (PT)

Just where does the coal come from that Coors uses??

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Location Information
City or County and State
Arvada, CO

Subdivision
Golden (BNSF)

Milepost or Control Point
MP 9




Train Information
Railroad
BNSF
Model
C44-9W
Unit Number
BNSF 4922



Photo Information
Camera Make/Model
Canon / Canon EOS 40D
ISO
200
Flash
Did Not Fire

Focal Length
300 mm
Shutter
1/500 seconds
Aperture
f/11


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