Passed under the usual rail underpass on my way to the Air Force Academy this A.M., usual coal train crossing over...ho- hum. Came back just over an hour later and one end of a track was sticking up 6-8 inches in the air. There was a crew there with a front loader straddling the track, and they seemed to be considering their best options. Is there a detection circuit for broken or misaligned track? Or was this just spotted by some sharp-eyed inspector or engineer? It's a nice logistical problem, as the dual trackage merges just 2 miles north. Repairing this will stop the coal trains and freight consists north and south bound for the duration of work.