The Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado recently celebrated is 60th year, advertising their birthday on this Colorado & Southern caboose #1009. This museum is a must see for railfans, and... (more)
BNSF 5132 (Dash9) and a Kansas City Southern helper bring a sand train down past the UP's North Yard and will drop off the cars in Denver.
UP 6049 (AC44CWCTE) leads a long coal train down the mountain from Tunnel 1 and has made the 180 degree turn in Coal Creek Canyon as it heads toward the Big Ten curve. Three helper units provide ... (more)
Heavy snow is falling along the Colorado Front Range as the California Zephyr heads into the Rocky Mountains.
The morning California Zephyr out of Denver gets a late start heading into the Rocky Mountains, and as the train crosses Blue Mountain Drive you can see a railfan taking pics as it passes.
UP 1598 (SD40-2 which has been rebuilt to a SD40N) is sorting a cut of hoppers while UP 5087 brings another train into the yard. If you look closely in the background you can see a BNSF train wai... (more)
Former Burlington Northern engine 1680 (SD40-2) shows the other engines who's boss in the Denver Yard.
BNSF 6195 (ES44AC) runs The Ridge in Westminster as it heads towards Denver.
A layer of new snow provides the backdrop as BNSF 6195 (ES44AC) pulls a Warbonnet and a load of hoppers through Boulder, Colorado.
BNSF 6195 (ES44AC) leads a freight through the turns in Louisville, Colorado.
There is a nice variety of UP heavy and light power waiting for action in the UP's North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
UP 1624 (SD40N) struggles to pull a long cut of cars out of the UP North Yard for sorting.
The snow helps bounce the last minutes of sun off of UP 6701 (AC4400CW) as it waits for the green signal to head into Palmer Lake, Colorado.
This morning's sunrise was extra amazing, providing the fiery and colorful backdrop to RTD's commuter rail train that was heading from Denver to Westminster, Colorado.
It is a busy day in the BNSF's North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado as 4515 (Dash 9) leads an oil can train, which will turn north and head to Wyoming.