Coors beer train coming back into Denver alongside the D&RGW Yard with three SD9's. The Engineer on the train that day was John Radtke Jr.. John was a CNS&M Motorman from 1959-1963 then a Milwauke... (more)
Where narrow gauge teakettles once simmered between runs, Colorado & Southern 634 absorbs the afternoon sun alongside the roundhouse at Denver’s Rice Yards. One of dozens of humble B-4R class Alco... (more)
Colorado & Southern 809, just arrived in Loveland with the Fort Collins local, has set out with three cars for lineside businesses. That accomplished, she’ll haul the rest of her train -- boxcars ... (more)
Portrait of a classic: C&S 629’s engineer is leaning way out, looking back to the brakeman’s signals as he backs a cut of livestock cars across the South Platte River and into the labyrinth of sid... (more)
Colorado & Southern’s Globeville Branch snaked through Denver to serve the historic Globe Smelter and the city’s extensive stock yards, both of which in January, 1959, still provided enough traffi... (more)
Colorado & Southern 809 is rolling into Loveland with the local from Ft. Collins on a pleasantly warm November afternoon, 1958. The heavy U.S.R.A. 2-8-2 was, until recently, Chicago Burlington & Q... (more)
The curve at Palmer Lake had been a favorite with railroad photographers for decades, all the more so this June 27,1965, as traffic returns to the Joint Line after a massive series of floods wiped... (more)
The ingeniously-designed, simple cutting blades of Colorado and Southern rotary snowplow No. 99201 light up brightly in the afternoon sun of November 17, 2014, at the Colorado Railroad Museum in G... (more)
C&S SD40 877 and other units are being serviced at Denver.
Five C&S SD-9s of Train 75 pick up reefers of San Luis Valley potatoes from the D&RGW interchange at Walsenburg, Colo. to take them to Texas.
Colorado & Southern 2-8-0 no. 608 surrounded by freight cars in the yard behind Denver Union Station in 1958. Photograph by more)
A C&S U30C leads three SD's and another U30C on a freight through the outpost of Federal, WY.
Rotary Snow Plow #99201 was built in 1900 as Colorado & Southern #3 by Cooke Locomotive & Machine Works, which built steam locomotives as well as snow plows until it closed in 1926. #3 was later ... (more)
BN SD40-2 6747, still with CS number 940 leading a freight en route to Palmer Lake and Pueblo