A long line of MOW vehicles make their way through Burns Junction in Broomfield, Colorado.
UPY 586 (GP15-1) bring a freight into the south entrance of the 36th Street Yard.
Union Pacific No. 844 storms southbound through Eaton, Colorado, over UP’s Greeley Subdivision on April 27, 2006.
On a sunny November morning in 1968, the annual sugar “campaign” is at its height, and railroads are busy bringing in the beets all over northern Colorado. Rambling along Burlington’s Buckwheat Br... (more)
The low evening sun really brings out the special color of UP's Armor Yellow, as seen here on UPY 647 (GP15-1) which was working the 36th Street Yard.
BNSF 1733 (SD40-2) brings a string of empty container cars into the Denver Intermodal Facility.
Photo from the 1980s.
The heavies have just moved out of the sand box while a variety of light power wait for assignments. The North Yard provides an opportunity to see vintage power, many having been acquired from ot... (more)
BNSF 9029 sits on the rear of a southbound coal train stopped in The Sag at Spruce, CO as freshly-fallen snow blows off of Pikes Peak as a harbinger of what's to come. The Pikes Peak Region was u... (more)
Minnesota Zephyr 788 (F7A) is blocked and chained for the trip to Alamosa, where it will be restored and operated, along with sister MNZX 787, for the San Luis Rio Grande train.
Two Union Pacific ES44AC's lead the westbound Phippsburg, Colo., manifest through the gorgeous canyon between Tolland and Rollinsville along South Boulder Creek on May 26, 2015.
With Elephant Rock looming in the background, a pair of GP40-2's lead a mixed freight west into Palmer Lake.
God Bless America
Privatley owned exSCL 501 was sitting at Denver Union Station and was there for a very long time. Making photos of it easy and there are many.
"Fred? Nobody by that name here!" This eastbound Rio Grande freight has an impressive six cabooses as it passes through Larkspur on the Joint Line.