Three BNSF GE locomotives and a former EMD one, at the bottom of the consist, are pulling hard as they come into Fountain with the KCKSPO freight train. As is sometimes the case with this train, ... (more)
A Warbonnet double header heads into the Denver Yard with a mixed freight.
The SD9 features a nose that only a mother or a General Motors EMD designer could love.
Amtrak #5, The California Zephyr, rounds the horseshoe just east of Pinecliffe, Colorado. The train is about to enter the short bore of Tunnel #29.
Kirk Orndorff waves at the crew of this westbound Memphis, Tennessee to Arco, Colorado empty coal train. The train is going by the Blue Mountain Road crossing in Coal Creek Canyon.
The UP power that is often assigned to the 36th Street Yard tends to be reliable but older units like UPY 577 (GP15-1 built in 1976) and UP 1343 (GP40-2 built in 1974).
Variety is the name of the game these days power wise as this southbound BNSF manifest led by CSX and KCS power shows just south of Palmer Lake on the ever busy and interesting Joint Line.
Durango and Silverton 482 leads the first train of the 2014 Summer Season into Rockwood Colorado.
A trio of EMD's are in the 36th Street Yard - UP 2361 (SD60M) waits for an assignment while UP 1211 (GP39-2) and UP 1425 (GP40-2) sort cars.
Utah Central Railway 3104 needs a little paint, but still looks good while waiting for service in the Denver engine facility.
UP 2300 is ready to lead a mixed freight out of the North Yard, while UPY 1324 (MP15DC) assembles cars for another string.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad keeps this 66 year old NW2 active, and it is often found working the small rail yard near the old Stapleton Airport.
BNSF Executive 9520 leads a string of tank cars through Broomfield, Colorado
BNSF 620 holds for service at the BNSF engine facility, tied up with 4779 which has been recently hit broadside by a tagger.
A colorful lash up consisting of four different Amtrak schemes make up the "Exhibit Train" and "California Zephyr consist. The "Exhibit Train" will be dropped off in Denve... (more)