Amtrak 837 (P42DC) has just come through tunnel #1 in the upper left and continues leading the California Zephyr down-grade towards Arvada, Colorado.
AMTK 74 backs the California Zephyr into Denver's Union Station. The plethora of recent catenary structures makes photographing this spot challenging, as there is only a small window where the tr... (more)
AMTK 10 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr into the foothills of Coal Creek Canyon and will soon be running through the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
A couple of 'old school' units sit in the BNSF engine servicing yard for an assignment.
BNSF 1652 (SD40-2) gets ready to move a cut of cars out of the Denver Yard.
The colorful UP 1943 (SD70ACe "The Spirit of Union Pacific") sits on point of the equally striking Cheyenne Frontier Days train in the Union Pacific's North Yard in Denver, Colorado. Th... (more)
BNSF 1952 (SD40-2) shuffles a string of oil cans at a small yard in north Denver.
BNSF 1789 wears the Heritage III paint and no doubt 1933 will soon follow.
The California Zephyr runs through some of the most scenic landscape in the country, from the Great Plains to the Colorado Rocky Mountains and then the coast of California.
A triple header California Zephyr begins the climb to the foothills through Big Ten Curve and will rise nearly 4,000 vertical feet from Denver to Winter Park and the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
JLCX 2506 (GP20E) has apparently just been sold by OmniTRAX to J&L Consulting and is stopping at the BNSF engine servicing facility before heading out of town. This veteran engine has had an inte... (more)
The California Zephyr heads to tunnel #1 and the Colorado Rocky Mountains on its way to the west coast.
AMTK 10 leads a triple headed California Zephyr through Coal Creek Canyon before heading into the Rocky Mountains and the Moffat Tunnel.
AMTK 10 (P42DC) backs the California Zephyr into Denver Union Station.
BNSF 9054 (SD70ACe) leads a string of oil cans through Big Ten Curve and will pass through Rocky, Colorado on its way to Denver.