The Veterans and Phase 1 engines lead the westbound California Zephyr along the Colorado River at Dotsero, CO.
The Colorado Railroad Museum has a wonderful collection of vintage steam engines, including UP 4455, a Lima Locomotive Works 0-6-0 which was working at a cement company in Wyoming until 1970. Hop... (more)
Colorado & Southern a subsidiary of the CB&Q (Burlington Route), EMD SD40 No.875, 887 and 883 with SD9 No.835 near Denver, Colorado January 18, 1969.
A father and son stroll along DRGW 5771 (F9A) at the Colorado Railroad Museum. I remember as a kid watching along the tracks as the Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad worked a local yard in the... (more)
The UP had a coal branch that ran south of Grand Junction, CO, out to Hawksnet, CO. The branch was 91 miles long and was built in 1902. The DRGW/SP/UP used it as a coal branch out to a few mines l... (more)
A Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train crosses the South Platte River departing BNSF’s 31st Street Yard in Denver, Colorado, on February 11, 2001. The train is headed southbound for Colorado’s ... (more)
Hauling Utah coal eastbound, a Burlington Northern Santa Fe coal train descends the front range of the Rocky Mountains at Rocky, Colorado, on Union Pacific’s Moffat Tunnel Subdivision, on June 18,... (more)
You can usually find unique power working the yards in Longmont, Colorado. This pair of B40-8W's look great in the Warbonnet livery.
DRGW 491 makes a lap around the grounds of the Colorado Railroad Museum.
The Colorado Railroad Museum uses their Golden City & San Juan Railroad #3, an 8 ton switcher built by Plymouth Locomotive Works, to move their vintage rolling stock around in their large facility... (more)
The Veterans and Phase 1 engines lead the westbound California Zephyr along the Colorado River at Burns, CO.
A nice surprise Christmas morning as the sun came out and a northbound BNSF manifest appeared with a nice mixture of power shown passing through Palmer Lake
The westbound California Zephyr winds through Gore Canyon with the Veterans and Phase 1 teamed up.
BNSF's twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local was descending into Castle Rock at MP 35
In The Hall Of The Mountain Kings. Eureka and Palisade #4, "The Eureka" glides northward over the Animas River though Elk Park. Usually, this valley is dominated by the Eureka's younge... (more)