The always elusive Z762 with 4-axle power makes a daylight appearance as it takes a circuitous route around the Alabama River on a picture perfect day. This train is always so much fun to catch.
After another trip through the Royal Gorge, passengers gather to take photos of this beautiful F-Unit.
A former NS MoW piece of equipment no longer cleans up derailments, but instead spends its days at the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum with other unique pieces of equipment.
One of the more unique style of frogs found on the railroad, the Solid Manganese Self Guarded Frog is typically seen in yards and industries where speed is 30MPH or slower. C... (more)
A bridge used by the MoPac on its former mainline into Pueblo frames up the rear DPU on an empty BNSF coal train. Once this bridge used to carry the Colorado Eagle, today it carries the tags of g... (more)
Three ex-Rio Grande GP40-2s, with a pair in their original paint, rest after a long day of sorting cars in the yard and working the former CF&I steel mill.
The evolution of BNSF's paint schemes are seen on power being shuffled around by today's Pueblo local, with tomorrow's U-PUESFA weari... (more)
Flexible With a pair of UP 6 axle units pulling slowly, another Continues Welded Rail (CWR) train full of 136lb Rocky Mountain Steel departs the city of Pueblo and shows off the spaghetti ... (more)
The loaded tank cars full of Phenol show off their rail bending abilities as they move along the jointed rail of the State Do... (more)
After lining a switch the conductor of The Royal Gorge Route's "Murder Mystery Train" begins to back his train up.
Beware the Ides of March! A trio of ex-Union Pacific nee Missouri Pacific GP50s await the scrapper's torch as they sit along the Three Notch Railroad in Georgiana.
Triclops A Union Pacific SD60M leads a 10 locomotive consist on Q601 around the curve at Montgomery as it is about to cross over the Americus Branch. Included in the consist are 5 SD70MAC... (more)
Engineer B. Tannen slowly shoves on the consist of Y120 as he takes his train back to the S&NA yard while passing the Union Station Train Shed in Montgomery.
A matched set of Santa Fe SD40-2 locomotives do the honors of pulling the second shift “hill cut” as they prepare to depart the former Santa Fe yard and work the Evraz mill south of here.