You look good on the roll by: The conductor on the Rio Grande Ski Train gives a westbound Union Pacific coal empty a “good roll by” on the radio as the last car of the train glides by on the main ... (more)
The Rio Grande Ski Train turns on the wye at Tabernash, Colorado, on December 27, 2001. The train is on a connecting track from the main line, which is against the ridge in the background, and the... (more)
After meeting the westbound California Zephyr, EMD starts testing its Tier-4 prototypes. UP's units are pulling east, but will soon throttle down and enter full dynamics. At that point, the SD70AC... (more)
The Rio Grande Ski Train turns on the wye at Tabernash, Colorado, on a bright February 9, 2001. Rio Grande colors Aspen gold and silver of the popular train always looked pretty good in the snow, ... (more)
The DPU of a westbound coal train headed for Energy, CO holds at Tabernash for Amtrak #6
The Rio Grande Ski Train is westbound between Fraser and Tabernash, Colorado, on January 15, 2005. An impressive and snowy Continental Divide towers over the train, which is headed to the wye at T... (more)
Destined for Moffat Tunnel and points east on the former Rio Grande, a loaded coal drag idles near downtown Tabernash, waiting for Amtrak's westbound California Zephyr to clear before performing a... (more)
6 leads 6 east into Tabernash passing through the colors of fall along the Fraser River.
As the Rio Grande Ski Train turns its train on the long wye at Tabernash, Colorado on January 3, 2004, a Union Pacific coal train slips by on the siding.
Whose railroad is this again? The westbound BNSF Lincoln, NE-Provo, UT manifest passes its eastbound counterpart which has had a slow go at going east all day due to MOW work on the UP Moffat Tunn... (more)
UP 6438 is captured rolling west nearing the east switch of Tabernash siding. This empty coal train exited the Moffat Tunnel a few minutes ago at Winter Park, Colorado. The 13,000 foot peaks of th... (more)
A pair of D&RGW GP40s, 3090 and 3082, wait between helper duties at Tabernash in June 1981.
Eastbound coal behind 5382, 5404, 5364, 5399 and 5403 slows to a stop at Tabernash to attach the two GP40-2 helpers positioned in the "Wye" in January 1982.
Two AC4400CW's pull a long coal train through the Colorado Rockies.
On a sunny afternoon, the Rio Grande Zephyr rips toward Fraser, the Moffat Tunnel, and Denver. One of the world's most well-known passenger cars, the Silver Sky, D&RGW's Obs-Dome contribut... (more)