The Colorado Ski Train waits in Denver's Union Station overnight and in the morning will take a load of skiers up to the Moffat Tunnel and the Winter Park ski resort. The train passes through 23 ... (more)
OMLX 9522 was built in 1974 for the Canadian National Railroad. This faded GP40-2LW now works for OmniTRAX and can be found working between the cities of Fort Collins, Loveland and Johnstown, Col... (more)
UP 1842 (former Southern Pacific GP40-2) waits in the UP's 36th Street Yard for an assignment while the remote operator of UP 712 (former Missouri Pacific GP38-2) pulls a double stack train out of... (more)
You can still find former BN Cascade Green engines roaming the Front Range of Colorado. Here BNSF 1444 (SD70M) pairs with a Heritage III engine and waits in Longmont Colorado for a train to take ... (more)
It is a sunny March day with temperatures in the 70's as a pair of bikers cross under the trestle bridge that spans the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Oh if this engine could talk. This GP7u warhorse has had a storied career, having been built in 1952 for the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe. Over the many years it has served the Central Kansas Rail... (more)
The UP uses mostly Geeps to shuffle freight in the North Yard, and most of those are former Missouri Pacific MP15-1's.
OmniTRAX's SD40-3 crosses the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado
The Budweiser Beer Train heads to the BNSF North Yard on the north side of Fort Collins, Colorado.
OmniTRAX's DLCX 6051 (SD40-3) leads the Beer Train from the Budweiser Brewing plant, which is located in Fort Collins, Colorado.
It looks like the Royal Gorge Railroad is getting a new engine to pull its train. CRRX 3104 is a GP40 that was built in 1970 for the Western Pacific. This engine has an interesting history, havi... (more)
The morning California Zephyr leaves Denver's Union Station and the ever changing skyline behind as it heads to the Moffat Tunnel and onto California.
UP 1640 works a frozen 36th Street Yard in Denver.
BNSF 4897 leads a freight between Fort Collins to Loveland, Colorado.
Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW8 drops off a cut of oil cans in an industrial area around the Denver Stock Yards.