It is a sunny March day with temperatures in the 70's as a pair of bikers cross under the trestle bridge that spans the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Oh if this engine could talk. This GP7u warhorse has had a storied career, having been built in 1952 for the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe. Over the many years it has served the Central Kansas Rail... (more)
OmniTRAX's SD40-3 crosses the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado
The Budweiser Beer Train heads to the BNSF North Yard on the north side of Fort Collins, Colorado.
OmniTRAX's DLCX 6051 (SD40-3) leads the Beer Train from the Budweiser Brewing plant, which is located in Fort Collins, Colorado.
OmniTRAX 6051 passes a set of grain silos in Fort Collins.
OMLX 3146, an ex-Kansas City Southern SD40-3 heads into the BNSF North Yard in Fort Collins with a load of hoppers picked up from the New Belgium Brewing Company.
OmniTRAX in Loveland, Colorado owns a variety of engines that have interesting histories. OMLX 4201 is an ex-Canadian National Railways/Hudson Bay Railway Incorporated GP40-2LW. OMLX 2506 is an ... (more)
Snow crews work to clear the switches of ice and snow as OmniTRAX's 4327 (SD9 in a Widow Maker paint scheme) waits for her crew.
OmniTRAX EMD GP9 No. 1701 sits at the OMNX locomotive facility at Loveland, Colorado, on November 27, 2001. The locomotive is labeled a GP9, but is former C&NW GP7 No. 4434 and CR/PC/NYC No. 5701 ... (more)
The Budweiser beer train leaves the plant in Fort Collins and heads south.
Former Canadian National SD40 (rebuilt to SD40-3) takes a string of freight from the Budweiser Brewery plan in Fort Collins.
OLMX 4327 has had a great career, having been built in 1955 for the Southern Pacific and then served the Southwest Pacific and lastly with Omnitrax out of Loveland Colorado. If rumor is true, 432... (more)
The snowstorm has eased up enough to let the sun shine on OmniTrax 9570 as it uses the Milliken Track off the Johnson Line to back a small freight into the Johnson Yard.
A former Canadian National GP40-2LW, now running for OmniTrax, passes one of the many farmhouses in the area as it takes a small freight from Johnstown to Loveland, Colorado.