Moving east under the protection of a near continuous stretch of slide fence and an assist from UP 6533, Amtrak #6 is rolling upgrade through Byers Canyon just west of Hot Sulphur Springs.
Coal loads for Denver ease through Rio Grande's Byers Canyon near Hot Sulphur Springs, Colo., on Sept. 30, 2017.
After meeting the eastbound California Zephyr at Sulphur Siding, Amtrak's westbound California Zephyr snakes west through Byers Canyon on the UP Moffat Tunnel Subdivision running around 4 hours la... (more)
With the Colorado aspen still at peak colors in this late September view, an eastbound UP coal train charges through Hot Sulphur Springs on UP's ex-Rio Grande mainline.
An eastbound coal drag has exited Byers Canyon and approaches Hot Sulphur Springs, CO.
A westbound UP potash train rolls through hillsides dotted with aspen at the peak color. Just ahead is Byers Canyon.
An eastbound Union Pacific work train departs Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado, on the former Rio Grande Moffat Tunnel mainline on June 6, 2013.
Union Pacific SD70ACe No. 8477 brings up the rear of coal empties from the Public Service of Colorado as the train snakes west along the Colorado River and walls of scenic Byers Canyon between Hot... (more)
Union Pacific SD70ACe No. 8477 and a standard UP ES44AC bring up the rear of Xcel Energy coal empties as the train scoots west through the magnificent scenery of the high country near Hot Sulphur ... (more)
A light power move from Denver to Glenwood Springs snakes its way west through the splendid scenery of Byers Canyon between Hot Sulphur Springs and Parshall, Colorado on September 4, 2016.
A westbound manifest squeals thru Byers Canyon. The short and scenic canyon near Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado has long been a favorite for rail-fan photographers.
The eastbound California Zephyr runs through a classic location on the former Rio Grande.
UP train MRONY is seen navigating the tight curves of Byers Canyon during an early Spring snow shower. The train will soon dip into the siding at Sulphur to meet Amtrak #5.
Eastbound BNSF Provo - Denver manifest snakes through the tight curves of Byers Canyon during an early Spring snow shower.
A new Tier 4 GE leads a long BNSF manifest freight eastbound through Byers Canyon as the sun breaks out from behind the snow clouds that just finished dumping about 6-8" of the white stuff on... (more)