A yard worker looks back to see a UP heavy belching smoke over the other engines in the North Yard.
For this year's Amtrak Winter Park Ski Train, the cars are wrapped in this pink and blue Winter Park Express graphic. On this morning the Ski Train was joined at Denver's Union Station by the Cal... (more)
Amtrak #406 leads the Ski Train as it pulls into the Winter Park ski resort to pick up passengers for the evening trip back to Denver. Last year Amtrak positioned 406 at the end of the train for ... (more)
Having brought a freight to Denver in last night's snow storm, a quartet of frosty pumpkins wait in the BNSF engine servicing yard for a new assignment.
BNSF 2816 joins three other pumpkins in the yard at the engine servicing facility in Denver. 2816 started life with the Great Northern as a GP30, and was later rebuilt as a GP39M for the Burlingt... (more)
UPY 618 brings a freight out of the North Yard, which just received a fresh layer of snow the night before.
A fresh layer of snow in the foothills of Fort Collins, Colorado provides a backdrop for OmniTRAX's 9647 (GP40-2LW) as it delivers a small freight to the BNSF yard on the north side of town.
OmniTRAX's 6051 (SD40-3) has just delivered a hopper to the Ranch Way Feed business in Fort Collins, Colorado.
BNSF 8362 (ES44C4) leads four other mates down Mason Street in Fort Collins, Colorado in search of a train.
OmniTRAX's 3146 (SD40-3) operates in a small BNSF yard on the north side of Fort Collins, which is adjacent to the historic Plummer School building. The school was built in 1906 and used until ab... (more)
OmniTRAX’s 4201 (GP40-2LW) passes historic silos and some cows as it leads a small freight to its home base in Loveland, Colorado.
OmniTRAX’s 4201 (GP40-2LW) works the small yard in Loveland, Colorado. Near the OmniTRAX Loveland headquarters is the old Loveland Depot, built by The Great Western Railway in 1901 to serve the t... (more)
Over the past couple months there seems to have been an increase in the number of UP engines in the North Yard.
UP 1826 (SD40N) works the south end of the 36th Street Yard in Denver.
A freshly painted UP 1842 shows off the new colors in the UP's North Yard. She started life as an SD40-2 but was rebuilt with an SD40N designation.