Amtrak 6 descends from Tunnel 1 in the evening sunlight running about 30 minutes late.
After being pounded by a thunderstorm, the sun returns along the Rocky Mountains as the CWEMS9-12 snakes around Coal Creek Canyon by Blue Mountain Rd.
UP AC4400CW #5989 begins its descent down the mountains leading the CWEMS9-12 out of Tolland Siding and along South Boulder Creek.
After meeting a westbound coal train at Cliff Siding, UP 2654 leads the eastbound MRONY out of Cliff and down to Denver.
UP ET44AH #2613 leads the ZLADV south past the Peckham Feed just outside of La Salle, CO.
Only a few minutes after the H-LINDEN clears Hudson Siding, BNSF GP39-3 #2778 leads the Hudson Local back from Roggen, CO to the Rescar Oil Facility.
The afternoon sunlight shines down as BNSF ES44DC #7526 leads the H-LINDEN around the curve just outside of Keenesburg, CO.
BNSF 7526 leads the H-LINDEN towards Roggen Siding past the intersection of CR 75.5 and CR 24.5.
BNSF ES44AC #6289 leads a westbound coal train over the trestle near Hudson, CO.
BNSF 7882 leads an eastbound Z Train through the New Mexico Desert on main 1 while a westbound BNSF intermodal can be seen in the distance on main 2.
Thunderstorms build in the background as Amtrak's westbound Southwest Chief races through the intermediate Semaphore Signals by Colmor siding.
The Cape Cod Brunch Train nears the end of its trip as Mass Coastal 2009 enters the wye just north of Hyannis, MA.
Mass Coastal 2006 leads the Cape Cod Excursion Train through the forest near Braggs Rd in Barnstable, MA.
MUNI's Cable Car #3 climbs the hill near Lombard Street on the Powell and Hyde Line in the afternoon sunlight.
As the sun starts to set, UP 8708 leads the MNYRO (freight from North Yard, CO to Roper Yard, UT) through Coal Creek Canyon on the UP Moffat Tunnel Subdivision.