A proud display of railroading can be found at the museum in Ogden, UT, including this veteran of the Rio Grande.
The westbound Rio Grande Zephyr makes its station stop at Glenwood Springs, Colorado. In the background, a station worker has the baggage cart positioned to service the baggage car.
Sporting an uncharacteristic six domes, the very final westbound Rio Grande Zephyr approaches the divergence of the Craig branch and the Dotsero cutoff at Bond, Colorado.
Sunset at Lava Loop. After a day of shooting under changeable skies and occasional light rain showers, the patrons on the 2015 Historic Transport Preservation (HTP) Rio Grande Charter all h... (more)
Steam. Smoke and Sagebrush under a Mackerel Sky. A long D&RGW freight drag charges west through the wide-open desert of New Mexico on a cool, fall morning, under a gorgeous deck of puffy al... (more)
Phall Colors at Phantom Curve. A peek through the rapidly yellowing aspens reveals an eastbound D&RGW Freight approaching the volcanic rock formations at Phantom Curve.
Phantom Curve wa... (more)
Not sure if DRGW actually owned this pair of exSP SD39's being used by a gravel outfit in Commerce City but no lettering other than DRGW present? Only pair of SD 39's ever painted in DRGW paint.
Meet me at Toltec. The crew of a Denver and Rio Grande Freight observe the passage of a fast passenger train, as they sit in the hole at colorful Toltec Siding. Of course, the freight is a... (more)
As a westbound Utah Railway coal train crosses over to Main 1 at URJ (Utah Railway Junction) near Martin, Utah, a set of light helpers led by venerable Rio Grande SD40T-2 No. 5371 waits on Main 2 ... (more)
A westbound Utah Railway coal train meets an eastbound Rio Grande freight at Rio, Utah, on the scenic route over Soldier Summit on September 11, 1992.
A perfect spring day in Spanish Fork Canyon finds the Rio Grande Zephyr traveling east on its 14 hour journey from Salt Lake City to Denver on March 11, 1979.
Westbound! Having left Alamosa, at O-Dark-30, a Rio Grande Freight greets the dawn in the wide-open desert just west of Antonito, on the westbound run to Chama via Cumbres Pass.
Tanks and pipes at MP 305. A pair of D&RGW K-36 Locomotives drag a heavy consist of tanks and pipes westbound past MP 305, en route to the oil fields near Farmington, NM. One quick look at... (more)
Nature's glory at Toltec Creek. Nature's annual festival of fall color is in full bloom as a Denver & Rio Grande Western Freight rumbles across Toltec Creek on its westbound run toward Cham... (more)
Snaking around the contours of the Conejos Formation above the Rio de Los Pinos, a Denver & Rio Grande Western Freight slowly works its way west on the run from Alamosa, CO, to Chama, NM vi... (more)