The LAUPUE train has come to its terminus point of Pueblo and left its cars on hump track #3 at the top of the yard for sorting. Now the power has moved to the more)
CSX power sticks out like a sore thumb in the consist of today’s SLADEN mixed freight train as it enters into the BNSF yard in Pueblo after originating in Slaton, TX two days ago. Observant eyes ... (more)
ATSF 2912 shows the effects of sitting idle for many years. It is hoped that the NFP group charged with her care will be able to raise enough money to get her looking good, although she will neve... (more)
Alco RSD-5 2159 was one of the yard switchers on duty at ATSF’s joint yard with C&S at Pueblo, Colo. on Jan. 23, 1966.
Once the future of railroading with a promise of 6000hp from the manufacture, today the SD9043MAC finds itself as the oddball loco on the UP's roster. 23 such units are taking up space on track 5... (more)
An interesting lash-up of EMD locomotives pulls this afternoon's Canon City local train out of the yard at Pueblo as it heads for the massive H... (more)
A pair of Aces keep moving at a constant slow speed as they unload their low sulfur coal at the Xcel Energy Comanche plant which happens to be the largest coal-fired power producing station in Col... (more)
An empty BNSF coal train negotiates the southern end of the Jointline during the last rays of sun light.
PUEBLO CO March 11 1980 -- An SD40-2 is all alone and posed for its picture.
PUEBLO CO June 15 1979 -- BN SD40-2 6798 departs Pueblo.
PUEBLO CO June 15 1979 -- Missouri Pacific SD40 3002, SD40-2 3279, SD40-2 3277 and Union Pacific SD40-2 3153 haul the Ford Fast Train into Pueblo from the east.
The faded logos of two fallen flags.
Power from a previous day's Laurel to Pueblo mixed freight looks on at a veteran GP38-2 wondering if it too will last as long as that EMD product has.
Keep Out Visiting NS units heed the warning to stay off AT&SF property in Pueblo as they promptly head east, back to their home rails in Kansas City.
A very clean looking BNSF GEVO looks great as it sits next to a large pool of standing water on the laundry track at the BNSF Pueblo yard. This unit won't be parked here too long since it will be... (more)