Amtrak's eastbound California Zephyr, train no. 6, led by P42DC no. 204 rounds the horseshoe over CO-HWY 72 in Coal Creek Canyon just west of Denver.
The DPU on BNSF's westbound QDVPVJ 07 (Denver - Provo trackage rights manifest) is about to duck into Tunnel no. 29 just east of Pinecliffe, Colo., on Apr. 08, 2015.
After getting a dog-catch crew at Plainview, UP's Energy Mine, Colo., to Adams, Tex., loaded coal train (CEYLH 07) can be seen holding back as the train descends the 2.2% grade in Coal Creek Canyo... (more)
The DPU on UP's West Elk Mine to Canon City, Colo., loaded coal train (CWECC 07) brings up the rear as one can see most of the train snake through Coal Creek Canyon with part of the suburban part ... (more)
Three BNSF GE's lead the Denver, Colo., to Provo, Utah trackage rights manifest up the grade through what was once Tunnel no. 28 just east of Pinecliffe, Colo., on Apr. 08, 2015.
Amtrak's westbound California Zephyr train no. 5 rounds the curve out of Eisele as the train begins their climb up the 2.2% grade in Coal Creek Canyon towards the Continental Divide on Apri. 08, 2... (more)
The DPUs on Union Pacific's MNYRO manifest brings up the rear of the train as they depart the siding at Tolland, Colo., after letting the Ski Train by. It's only a couple of miles until the Moffat... (more)
Amtrak's westbound Ski Train races west with AMTK P42DC no. 42, out of the greater Denver Metro Area west of Arvada, Colo., just after sunrise on Mar. 14. 2015.
BNSF ES44AC no. 6089 leads another ES44AC on the first of two coal empties at Berthoud, Colo., just after sunrise on April 01, 2015.
A handful of clouds build up over the mountains as BNSF's Cheyenne, Wyo., to Denver, Colo., manifest heads south out of Boulder led by three GEVO's and two dead-in-tow Hudson Bay Railway GP35's, n... (more)
After meeting a southbound manifest at Broomfield, this northbound empty coal train picks up some speed as the train heads north towards Cheyenne and eventually Powder River.
The crew on UP 5727 west perform a roll-by inspection on the westbound Roper Yard manifest as they depart Tolland, Colo., and head towards the Moffat Tunnel on March 14, 2015.
The first of two coal empties comes to a stop at the north end of Broomfield, Colo., as a southbound manifest led by BNSF C44-9W no. 780 slowly makes its way through the siding at Burns Junction.
BNSF C44-9W no. 5337 along with a UP C40-8 and BNSF ES44C4 have just exited Tunnel #1 as they begin their descent down the 2% grade in Coal Creek Canyon on the Provo to Denver manifest.
Just before sunrise, a westbound empty crude oil train makes its way out of Barbara's Gulch and heads into the siding at Rocky. The train will let the Ski Train by before continuing up the mountai... (more)