July 8th was an extraordinarily cool and rainy day in the Denver area. So much rain was falling, in fact, that water was quickly building up in ditches and depressions. Such is the case here as a southbound (empty) windmill blade train proceeds on the siding at Broomfield. In the not too distant future, this shot will no longer be possible. BNSF is in the process of shifting the siding at Broomfield to the north, meaning this portion of the siding will soon be torn up.
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