A pair of General Electric Demonstrator engines head South out of Denver down the Joint Line while testing in coal train service.
The 10 car Special has just exited the shortest Tunnel on the Moffat Tunnel line, 63 foot Tunnel #40 as it heads East towards Denver.
A Union Pacific Engineering special heads East after changing crews at Bond. The track in the background heading up the hill is the Craig Branch.
Warbonnet painted BNSF 701 heads past a field of flowers as it proceeds North towards Castle Rock and Denver.
The deadhead move of the Cheyenne Frontier Days train from Cheyenne to Denver drops down the grade out of Speer Jct.
A National Guard plane also makes an appearance up in the sky!
Union Pacific's Cheyenne Frontier Days special leaves Denver behind as it heads North towards Cheyenne powered by the A-B-A set of E9's and Centennial DDA40X #6936.
Traveling through the big curve just West of Keenesburg, the BNSF 5790 has a roll on coal loads heading South.
Holding at the Intermediate signal on Main #1, milepost 45.9 at Greenland, a rain shower has just passed as a rainbow appears in front of the UP 7438 heading South.
The local freight heads back West with a pair of SD40-2's, the DM&E 6366 and CP 5872.
A 17 car Passenger special proceeds West following the Colorado River as it heads towards Dotsero.
A Northbound Military train heading from Ft. Hood, TX to Tacoma, WA heads up the Joint Line. In the background can be seen the rear helpers on a Southbound coal load.
Heading Westbound, this UP special follows the curves of the Colorado River as it approaches the siding at Yarmony.
A Union Pacific Passenger special is about to enter Tunnel #40 in Little Gore Canyon as it heads back East towards Denver.
In a driving rain, Warbonnet painted 744 heads North with an empty unit sulphur train.
SP 8526 fronts the loaded "Oil Cans" as it attacks the grade up Tehachapi Pass.