The nose of ATSF 2912, a 72 year old Northern Class 4-8-4 Baldwin which is located at the Union Depot in downtown Pueblo, Colorado.
A couple of yard jobs shuffle cars around at BNSF's 38th Street Yard in downtown Denver
After catching a 6:30am flight out of Atlanta for Denver, we were treated with this BNSF local as our first train in the great state of Colorado. BNSF B40-8W #521 & GP40M #3003 hustle north with t... (more)
Clouds build up over the Front Range Foothills as southbound coal loads led by a pair of BNSF SD70ACe's drop down the Palmer Divide at Palmer Lake, Colorado along the Joint Line on May 23, 2016.
In gorgeous, late afternoon sun, Amtrak's eastbound Southwest Chief drops down the 2-percent part of the grade on Raton Pass with Fisher Peak in the background on May 21, 2016.
UP 1672 (SD40N) holds a spot in the 36th Street Yard, waiting for the call to sort freight cars.
BNSF 6292 leads the U-CHELGS9-16B, loaded ballast bound for the Raton Subdivision between French and Levy, NM. Usually traversed by Amtrak's "Southwest Chief" this train makes a welcome and rare a... (more)
Union Pacific’s MNYRO (North Yard in Denver to Salt Lake City’s Roper Yard) manifest freight climbs out of Tunnel 1 just east of Plainview, Colorado, on June 16, 2001.
UPY 618, an ex Missouri Pacific GP15-1, finishes assembling a string of freight cars in the 36th Street Yard. Meanwhile, the crew of UP 1823 (GP38-2) has finished their duties at the intermodal f... (more)
An empty coal train twists thru the narrow confines of South Boulder Canyon. The train is entering one of the tightest curves on the ex DRGW mainlines at 12 degrees.... This section of railroad is... (more)
NS 9184 (Dash-9) makes a stop at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver and shares the yard with a Warbonnet and a BNSF work train. Note the high brake wheel on the 40 foot boxcar.
Amtrak’s eastbound California Zephyr drops downgrade through Clay, Colorado, on March 16, 2011. In the background directly above the locomotives is “Little 10 Curve,” where the train will be in a ... (more)
An unusual for this local exSanta Fe B40 leads the twice a week southbound on the normal northbound only main two Pikes Peak Local towards Palmer Lake adjacent Spruce siding located on main one.
BNSF 1415, a three window 'Cyclops' SD60M in Burlington Northern paint, makes the turn onto Mason Street as it takes a mixed freight through Fort Collins, Colorado.
BNSF 4667 takes a freight through Castle Rock, Colorado on the Joint Line, which has received a fresh layer of snow.