OmniTRAX 6051 passes a set of grain silos in Fort Collins.
Pan Am Railways is a subsidiary of Portsmouth, New Hampshire-based Pan Am Systems, formerly known as Guilford Transportation Industries (GTI). Guilford bought the name, colors and logo of Pan Amer... (more)
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)
At first glance there does not seem to be anything special in the BNSF engine servicing facility yard, but if you look in the background you will see an eight-engine consist leading a mixed freigh... (more)
Its a busy morning in the UP's North Yard as light power dominates the scene. The crew of UP 710 (ex Missouri Pacific GP38-2) dismount after bringing their pair of engines to the yard. Meanwhile,... (more)
BNSF 8831 shoves an empty coal train through Commerce City on the Brush Sub.
BNSF 7277 (ES44DC) leans into the elevated curve as it approaches Loveland, Colorado at speed.
An interesting grouping of engines finds a pumpkin, a CSX, a UP and a former Burlington Northern engine teamed up for a run to the Denver Yard.
BNSF 8840 (SD70MAC) leads an empty coal train across the Denver Diamonds as it heads to the Denver Yard from the Joint Line.
A trio of SD40-2's wait for assignment at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver.
BNSF 2111 (GP38AC) crosses the South Platte River and pushes a string of cars into the Denver Yard while BNSF 9116 (SD70ACe) pushes a loaded coal towards the Joint Line.
BNSF 8372 (ES44C4) leads a toasty Warbonnet and mixed freight past the Riverside Cemetery in north Denver.
Its a sunny winter day as BNSF 7554 (ED44DC) pulls a rail train into Boulder, Colorado.
A bright Colorado sunrise catches BNSF 8049 (ES44C4) bringing a fright past the UP's North Yard, while a small double-stack heads in the opposite direction.