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At The Crossing

BNSF 7760 is seen leading a Denver, CO to Laurel, MT manifest, (H-DENLAU1-04a, at Longs Peak, CO late in the day.

Where is this Longs Peak in relation to Longmont? I can't find it on any map on the internet.

Longs Peak is a railroad location consisting of a 7,685 foot long siding. Part of it is in Boulder County, about three miles north of rural Longmont. The other part is in Larimer County in rural Berthoud. It can be reached by going north on main street in Longmont, to HWY 66. Than east up 115 St. Than north about 3 miles to the BNSF crossing. A railroad service road runs north along the track to the south switch. I hope this helps. SIDETRACK1

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