A westbound Union Pacific coal empty, led by a Southern Pacific GE AC4400CW, approaches Tunnel 17 east of Crescent, Colorado, on August 5, 2006. On the left, the middle part of the coal train is b... (more)
It is like using the Way-back Time Machine when you see that the BNSF has paired two of their natural heritage units together to hump cars in the Denver Yard. BNSF 2897 is a former BN GP39M which ... (more)
A handful of units wait for their next assignment.
A visiting BNSF empty coal train makes its way through UP's Denver North Yard.
GP39-3R work the small yard across the street for the Coor's Brewery.
Snaking through Byers Canyon. This is a good warmup for Gore Canyon and Glenwood Canyon, both to come over the next couple hours.
One C44-9W is all it takes to drag these empty slings over the Palmer Divide, on their trip back for Wind Turbine Blade refill. I believe this train is returning to the plant in Pueblo.
The California Zephyr existing the first tunnel ("Tunnel #1") in the D&RGW Tunnel District.
The setting sun glints off of the engines tied down for the nigh in the Union Pacific's 36th Street Yard.
Located a few miles southwest of Longmont along CO-HWY 119, the small community of Niwot, Colo., has a small Whistle Stop Park that features a CB&Q Caboose and a few other relics. The Buck Local c... (more)
It is late evening as BNSF 1732 (SD40-2) brings a freight into the UP's 36th Street Yard.