An unusual BNSF Eastbound empty Oil train is using Union Pacific trackage rights and is seen following along the Colorado River at the East switch at Tunnel siding in De Beque Canyon.
Santa Fe #5346, SD45-2 B-unit #5513, C30-7 #8096 and GATX (ex-Soo Line) SD40-2 #9349 head Eastbound and are just about to enter Abo Canyon.
UP #5685 pulls up the "Payne Sag" Between Hotchkiss and Delta.
UP #7829 heads through Hotchkiss and past an old dairy farm.
The going away shot of the rear DP's on the UP 8416.
A pair of EMD models lead this empty coal train at the East switch at Bridgeport as it heads to the W. Elk Mine located at the end of the N. Fork Branch.
Chicago & North Western #8541 in the Zito yellow scheme leads a pair of Union Pacific engines on a loaded coal train.
BNSF's Westbound trackage rights train approaches Grand Jct.
Santa Fe #2747 leads another GP30 and a pair of GP35's Westbound down Cajon Pass as some people with their dogs enjoy the water in Cajon Creek.
SP #7846 leads four other engines on a Westbound train near Frink with some early model Southern Pacific doublestack cars up front.
A Canadian National visitor leads this Westbound BNSF empty Oil train on ex-Rio Grande trackage between Floy and Solitude.
Union Pacific's Engineering special heads Eastbound at Dos on the Glenwood Springs Sub.
MKT SW-9's # 19 and #20 switch at the South end of the Katy Yard in Kansas City.
Southern Pacific SW-1500 #2673 and MP15AC #2733 "drill" cars in the Tucson Yard.
Chessie #3035 along with an ex-C&O caboose leaves out of the yard running long hood first on a local.