Union Pacific Nos. 844 and 3985 doublehead on the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days train as the train storms through Hazeltine (Rolla), Colorado, on July 23, 2005.
A well worn warbonnet leads a power move at the BNSF Denver shop on a nice cool morning in Denver.
Coal train working in Glenwood Springs Colorado. When I took this shot, I did not imagine I would spend the rest of the morning chasing it thru the hills out Colorado.
Santa Fe's SD-40-2 5086 gets an assist from three Kodachrome painted units, two GEs and an EMD, lifting hotshot Q train KCEP up the 3% north side of Raton Pass at Wootton, less than a mile from th... (more)
Three GE units, with U30CG 8002 on the point, wait to take Santa Fe's Train 443 from UP's yard in Denver south to Pueblo and then east to Kansas City on Sept. 15, 1979. Only six U30CG's were bui... (more)
A BNSF freight rolls out of the yard in Pueblo bound for La Junta, passing the elegant Pueblo passenger station, now a local railroad museum.
with only minutes of sunlight left a pair of brand new ACe's led a southbound BNSF coal load into Larkspur
BNSF's twice a week southbound Pikes Peak Local was climbing into Larkspur
One of the few signs that Denver's entire lower downtown area was once a thriving railroad industrial yard are the numerous railroad bridges from the early 1900's that span the Cherry Creek. They... (more)
The 36th Street Yard hosts a variety of UP power
Clean paint glints the low Colorado sunlight well as the BNSF test train is switched in preparation for the next day's activities.
Amtrak's Southwest Chief climbs famous Raton Pass on its way to Los Angeles, seen here about to pass the "flat car bridge" at exit 6 off of I-25.
Poor man's remote control. One man operated this unit from the little box where the steps used to be. The unit apparently has been reengined with new Caterpilars.
A vintage cattle car adorns the Denver Stock Show grounds - a reminder of the cattle rustling days of Denver's past.
UP 1996 (SD70ACe) makes its way into the 36th Street Yard in Denver.