Rio Grande’s ski train with newer equipment is only ten miles from Moffat Tunnel as it negotiates the narrow confines of Rollins Canyon near Rollinsville
with three of owner Phillip Anschutz’s p... (more)
In the early morning sunshine Rio Grande's ski train passes the first siding out of Denver at Leyden, headed for the Continental Divide to drop its eager passengers just outside Moffat Tunnel. Th... (more)
With two GP40-2s charging up the 2% grade, Rio Grande’s ski train is a little over half way to the slopes at Winter Park at the west portal of Moffat Tunnel. The unique motor car shed at Pineclif... (more)
A tradition that lasted 73 years out of Denver, Rio Grande’s ski train behind two GP40-2s very quietly slips through Crescent, Colo. on its way home with exuberant but tired skiers on March 20, 19... (more)
A grain train to Nuwest Milling in nearby Hughson CA crosses the Merced River with nine locomotives up front (didn't get them all in the frame).
With the setting sun signaling it's time to head home, an eastbound stack train descends down the Arizona Divide as it heads down the Arizona Divide in the shadows of the San Fransisco Peaks.
BNSF 5831 leads a westbound Z-train through LaGrange.
Game of Cricket is in full swing as Pune-Mumbai Deccan express rushes through Kamshet.
With passenger train № 702 Petropavlovsk - Alma-Ata-II (Talgo)
A pair of UP GEVOs lead NS 212 east through Newark. The clean yellow GEs provide a splash of color on an otherwise dreary spring day.
CSX SD70MAC 4500 leads a grain train west through LaGrange.
The KCS influx continues on the CP as Southern Belle SD70MAC 3934 leads CP train 470 through River Grove on the old Milwaukee Road.
CP 280 passes 31st Street on the Belt with a delightful pair of SOO SD60's. Clouds dominated most of the day, but I got a lucky sucker hole here!
Two bright pumpkins contrast boldly against the thick fog that has filled the Hudson Valley.