WHOA! WHOA! STOP! No problem, it is not an imminent collision. Both Rio Grande’s and Santa Fe’s locals were working at the same time in the Drennen Industrial Park south of Colorado Springs... (more)
Built in January 1966, Rio Grande SW1200 137 is seen working the yard in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on August 29th, 1973.
Resting between assignments in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on August 29th, 1973, is Rock Island GP40 4715.
Looking as it should, at least once did. UP 1445 former DRGW 3129 rests in Colorado Springs currently attached to local duties around town. by far the best looking DRGW left at the time, sadly thi... (more)
In late afternoon sun a BNSF manifest train crosses S. Rockrimmon Blvd southbound en route to Texas while Pulpit Rock stands guard in the background. These early GEs look really good in late eveni... (more)
Seven leased Oakway SD-60s lead an empty coal train from Amarillo around the curve on Colorado’s Joint Line where it enters U.S. Force Academy property. The train is headed back to the Powder Riv... (more)
BNSF 937, a repainted Warbonnet engine leads an unusual visitor to Colorado, Illinois Central SD70 1015 along with BNSF 895 on a Southbound manifest.
Located in the quiet but special city of Colorado Springs, (home of the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame and Cheyenne Mountain - where the Air Force and NORAD work literally inside a mountain), is one of th... (more)
Wasn't expecting to see this coming around the bend! Union Pacific was doing some rail replacement south of the Academy siding in Colorado Springs; this was just one of the pieces of equipment th... (more)
An ACe and a rare un-faded H2 MAC lead more coal south, seen here just south of the Academy siding in Colorado Springs, CO.
Coal still rules on the Joint Line as another string of Powder River Basin black diamonds works south through Colorado Springs.
A manifest rolls south through Colorado Springs on a beautiful fall morning. This is the first GE unit I've shot in more than 2 years!
My first train back in Colorado had these pair of brand new SD70ACes leading a southbound coal train at Woodmen Road in Colorado Springs. Can't beat new!
Burlington Northern's specially painted engine for the Gulf War heads South through Colorado Springs leading a pair of GE B30-7AB B-units.