OmniTRAX's SD40-3 makes the daily morning run over the Cache le Poudre River with a mixed freight.
Two MAC's cross the Cache la Poudre River and head to the BNSF yard on the north side of Fort Collins, Colorado.
From high above the corner of 14th & California in Downtown Denver, a light rail train turns down California Street after leaving the tunnel underneath the state Convention Center. This birds eye ... (more)
As another late autumn night begins, a RTD A Line train to the airport is about to depart Denver Union Station under its unique trainshed in Denver, Colorado, on November 7, 2017.
A line of heavies, including a visiting Canadian National, wait for orders in the North Yard.
OmniTRAX uses a number of former Canadian National GP40-2LW's in the Loveland and Fort Collins service areas.
DRIR 1083 (SW1500) moves a cut of gondolas to a client in the Denver Stockyards.
The two B40-8W units strain to pull the freight up the incline at Burns Junction.
DRIR 1083 plays in the street north of the Denver Stockyards.
In March 1997, SP SD40R No. 7361 is getting a complete overhaul. Much of her superstructure has been removed to allow access to the many parts that are being replaced or rebuilt.
With the summit of Raton Pass nearly at hand Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief rounds the famous curve at Wootton.
OmniTRAX's 6051 (SD40-3) leads a freight to the BNSF yard on the north side of Fort Collins.
OmniTRAX's 2239 (GP7U) gets ready to drop off a load of lumber to a client in central Denver.
Heading east to go west, the California Zephyr leaves Rocky and heads toward Big 10 curve on the beginning of its Front Range climb out of Denver. The cut in the hill above is Clay siding.
A gaggle of Geeps moves a UP freight out of the BNSF's Denver Yard.