Six Rio Grande tunnel motors help a Co-Op to Intermountain Power coal train through Price Canyon on Aug. 29, 1998.
D&RGW 5371 recently got a facelift at the Ogden Railroad Museum.
Bucking the deep stuff at MP 307.0. Just west of Sublette, DRGW 487 slips the drivers a bit as she struggles uphill through the "white concrete" with a full flanger consist behind... (more)
Deep Snow at MP 306.5. When the Friends of the Cumbres & Toltec planned this flanger charter, the goal had been to reach Sublette. When a similar charter was done a year before, reaching ... (more)
Water at Sublette. Here's a more conventional view of our D&RGW Flanger train arriving at Sublette. The water column at the west end of the complex is normally operational and is used dail... (more)
Arriving at Sublette. A D&RGW Flanger outfit is seen here arriving at the remote Section House in Sublette around mid-afternoon. This complex of buildings was historically occupied by a s... (more)
To the East, Mt. Blanca. This is a rather unique spot on the line from Antonito to Chama. I'm literally standing next to the ROW on an elevated mesa, with Milepost 292 just a few yards to ... (more)
D&RGW Flanger OJ. This little critter was the focus of the Friends of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad's 2016 winter charter. One of at least 10 such cars that were built by the Denve... (more)
With the emerald colors of spring sprouting in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, three Rio Grande Tunnel Motors head eastbound through Castilla with a “dirt train” picked up at Sutro on the west side... (more)
With the Green River Subdivision main line in the foreground, Union Pacific’s LJP45 “dirt train” curves through Mounds, Utah, on the Sunnyside Branch on November 21, 2003. Three Rio Grande EMD SD4... (more)
Well, I might take a plane I might take a train; But if I have to walk I'm going just the same; I'm going to Kansas City; Kansas City, here I comeA Rio Grande eastbound, heading to ... (more)
Rocky Mountain HighThe Denver & Rio Grande Western's very first SD40T-2, number 5341, leads a westbound manifest down Tennessee Pass near Leadville, Colorado, on a September 1991 af... (more)
In what almost looks like a GP30 gaining ground on a Kenworth is actually Rio Grande No. 3011 being trucked through a temporary gap in the fencing at the Colorado Railroad Museum on August 11, 200... (more)
On a crisp autumn day, one-year-old SD50 #5504 leads sister #5502 past the town's namesake landmark.
The MDVRO is illuminated by an incredible golden hour sunset at Riverton siding on Aug. 19, 1998.