A pair of tunnel motors are about to pull their empty coal train through the tunnel over the continental divide. The other train stopped after clearing and the helpers on that train uncoupled and ... (more)
D&RGW K-36 negotiates Whiplash Curve.
An eastbound mixed freight follows South Boulder Creek through the Tolland area.
This shuttlewagon works the active spur off of the UP line north of the 36th Street Yard, moving cars in and out of the Purina Dog Chow factory located along I-70.
A profile shot of SSRX 117, a GP9 built in 1956, having served both I&M Rail Link as well as Montana Rail Link. Now owned by S&S Shortline Leasing, LLC.
Cresting the summit of Cumbres Pass, elevation 10,022 feet, the daily C&TS eastbound passenger train slows to a stop to take water next to the old depot.
The sun sets as two coal trains head to the Denver Yard on the Joint Line.
After passing through the Junction two hours earlier with a defective rear DPU, the crew and dispatcher have come up with a p... (more)
Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Engine Number 482 Rests at the Cascade Canyon as part of the railroad's Winter Train Operation.
KYLE's Limon Turn was climbing westbound into Bethune
Three crew members hitch a ride to the Denver Yard on a couple cascade green Geeps (BNSF 2700 is a GP39-2 and BNSF 1680 is a GP39-M).
Well-worn C30-7s lead coal empties north a few miles south of Castle Rock. That's the other main across the valley.
Another former SOO LINE SD60 is spotted heading to the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver. CEFX 6012 was in the Denver Yard last week.
This unit appears to be a former Montana Rail Link engine by the appearance of the paint scheme, but apparently is now owned by S&S Shortline Leasing, LLC.
Desert Dawn. A Denver & Rio Grande Western Freight runs westbound out of Antonito, Colorado at sunrise on a chilly, October morning.