The storage tracks in Homewood are a rainbow of variety. Taken from public property.
Royal Gorge 40 has had a long and interesting life, starting in Central America, and working most recently in Colorado.
DRGW 491 looks good. So does the Coors reefer to the right, just a few hundred yards from its home rails.
Awaiting a train.
Coors C-989 is a 57-year-old switcher, still finding gainful use up in Golden ... and pretty much what is does is push around beer and stuff to make beer.
Former New Brunswick East Coast Rwy SD40s 6900 and 6904 appear to have been rebranded for Allied Services. They are awaiting disposition in Homewood.
Coors Brewing Co. No 997 moves some empty barley hoppers back toward the grain elevators.
Nice to see this caboose refurbished and in useful service. This caboose is actually an ex-SP C-50-9 caboose, built in April 1980 as Southern Pacific 4750. According to Utahrails.net, one of the... (more)
Lined up for the evening rush home.
South/west bound Acela trainset rips toward New York Penn Station, and points beyond.
Bound for New York Grand Central Station.
Approaching Stamford on Track 4, this slight rerouting because of a Metro-North train holding the straight inside track, allowed me to get a head-on shot of an approaching Acela train.
A trio of NPCUs waiting their turn.