UP 4646 (SD70M) leads a freight through the farmlands of eastern Colorado.
BNSF 8753 shoves a loaded coal train through Fort Morgan, Colorado, on its way to Denver.
This 0-4-0T saddle tank engine known as a ‘dinky’ was owned and operated by the Great Western Sugar Company and was used to shuffle sugar beets into the processing plant. Great Western at one poin... (more)
Fighting 60-70MPH winds, the power is running around the train before heading back to Brush.
BNSF 9143 East breaks the silence in Fort Morgan, Colorado with a empty coal train going back to the mines in Wyoming.
Amtrak #5 is finally pulling into Fort Morgan after 12:30pm. The train is several hours late due to a derailment on the BNSF Mendota Subdivision near Mendota, Illinois. The train was rerouted via ... (more)
Last day of 2009 as BNSF 6427 races east across the plains near Fort Morgan.
An eastbound CB&Q freight, east of Fort Morgan, approaching Brush, CO, lead by CB&Q/BN's series unit #3000. The milepost is 465 ... miles to Pacific Junction, Iowa. There was the end of CB&Q Line... (more)
A cold December morning sees the San Francisco Zephyr, led up by an at-home ex-CB&Q E unit, followed up a UP E8(A)-(B) set, off their home rails. The westbond Zephyr is calling at Fort Mor... (more)
At dusk, the eastbound San Francisco Zehpyr departs from Fort Morgan, bound for Chicago, with three ex-CB&Q diesels, but a rainbow consist, including three ex-GN Sky Blues immediately behin... (more)
The engineer and brakeman for the sugar beet switcher pause for a cold picture. I'm unsure whether they were blocking the highway grade crossing 1/4 mile behind.
National Railway Historical Society 1982 National Convention offered UP steam at its finest. Anyone know where this might be? UP's Julesburg line now abandoned.
The UP 8444 puts on a show for a photo runby.