BNSF Colorado Division Track Chart 1998

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The Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s Colorado Division runs North, South and East of Denver. North the line runs through the Front Range and Casper Subs to Laurel. South the division heads through Pikes Peak, Spanish Peaks and Twin Peaks Subs to the Texas Border and running East the line slips into McCook and Alliance Nebraska via the Angora, Akron and Brush Subs. 433 pages.

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The Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s Colorado Division runs North, South and East of Denver. North the line runs through the Front Range and Casper Subs to Laurel. South the division heads through Pikes Peak, Spanish Peaks and Twin Peaks Subs to the Texas Border and running East the line slips into McCook and Alliance Nebraska via the Angora, Akron and Brush Subs. BNSF has reorganized their division structure; this is now a part of the Powder River Division.

This is a scan of an original BNSF 1998 track chart for the Colorado Division. 433 pages. Lines covered are: * Front Range Sub (Denver to Wendover, Wyoming), * Akron Sub (McCook, Nebraska to East Brush, Colorado), * Twin Peaks Sub (Texline, Texas to Trinidad, Colorado), * Angora Sub (Alliance, Nebraska to Sterling, Colorado), * Brush Sub (Sterling to Denver), * Casper Sub (Bridger Jct. to Laurel, Montana), * Cody Sub (Frannie, Wyoming to Cody, Wyoming), * Golden Sub (C&S Jct. to Golden), * Imperial Sub (Culbertson, Nebraska to Imperial, Nebraska), * Pikes Peak Sub (Denver to Pueblo), * Pueblo Sub (La Junta to Pueblo) and * Spanish Peaks Sub (Trinidad to Pueblo).

Here are just a few of the yards and close-up maps: * Denver (multiple pages), * Ft. Morgan, * Casper, * Bonneville, * Minnequa, * Greybull, * Pueblo, * La Junta, * Laurel and * more.