The 102 continues to build its train on track 1 while a midday KCKDEN heads into track 9 of the Pueblo yard with quite a few tie cars at the head end that will most likely be set out here for a tr... (more)
With temperatures in the 20's, the snow from a few days ago hasn't melted just yet as the Roper Yard to North Yard Manifest (MRONY-23) led by the Katy heritage unit eases down the grade along Big ... (more)
A patched CNW AC4400CW leads two more UP GE's on this loaded coal train that is approaching the Blue Mountain Road crossing in Coal Creek Canyon.
UP's Missouri Kansas Texas "The Katy" Heritage unit #1988 is on the point of the Roper Yard (Salt Lake City), UT to North Yard (Denver), CO Manifest. The train can be seen easing down the grade at... (more)
Two General Electric locomotives share tracks at the Sterling, Colorado, engine facility in April 1984. On the right is six-motor C30-7 No. 5578, while one track over is 1966-built four-motor U30B... (more)
Amtrak No. 6, the California Zephyr, passes the hopper car windbreak on Big 10 Curve west of Rocky, Colorado, on May 29, 2011. In the background is some of the sprawl of Arvada, and if you look cl... (more)
A southbound Burlington Northern coal train crawls up the grade toward the summit at Palmer Lake on Colorado’s Joint Line at Sedalia, Colorado, on February 24, 1988. Two EMD SD60 Oakways and two B... (more)
Amtrak No. 5, the California Zephyr is westbound, but for a moment on the approach to Big 10 Curve, is pointed east into the morning sun, as the train travels between Rocky and Clay on May 31, 201... (more)
BNSF 9484 brings the rear of northbound empty coal on main #2.
Southbound BNSF full coal stops at the Greenland signal on the Joint line more than four hours. A number of southbound trains were stuck every few miles on the main #1 north of Palmer Lake on the ... (more)
One of the more odd visitors to the BNSF Engine Yard was this LORAM SBC-18 Ballast Cleaner engine and accompanying work cars.
The rear DPU of a northbound empty coal train passes through Spruce as the train begins the descent toward Denver.
There was a lot of action near BNSF's Denver Yard, as track repairs were being made with the help of a 50 ton rail crane while Geeps sorted out freight cars.
Just after putting a two-car train away in the yard and spotting caboose No. 10286, the crew of SD9 No. 6223 have put the locomotive to rest inside the spiffy looking wooden roundhouse at Leadvill... (more)
It's just after 10:30pm as the Longmont Turn with two Geep's on the point is seen tied down on the GW2 track in Longmont with their train for the next day.