A Diesel Locomotive Company SD40-2 leads a freight over the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Everyone stops to watch a shiny SD40-2 pull a freight over the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado.
This shiny red SD40-2 was originally built as a SD40 in 1969 for the Canadian National Railway. Today it helps OmniTRAX with the local beer runs to and from the Budweiser Brewing plant and runnin... (more)
A shiny red Diesel Locomotive Company 3131 crosses a street in Fort Collins, Colorado as it heads to the Budweiser plant to pick up a load of beer.
DLCX GP9 1319 sits in a empty south yard in Joliet
DLCX 6051 (SD40), still wearing the colors of the previous owner GCFX-Alstom, heads towards Johnstown with an OmniTRAX SD35.
Fresh with a new coat of gloss red paint, DLCX 3131 (formerly a KCS SD40-2) pulls a freight through downtown Fort Collins, on its way to the BNSF Yard.
This SD40-3 was originally manufactured in 1971 as Canadian National 5195, later to be sold to GCFX (GEC Alsthom Transport) and now with Diesel Locomotive Company DLCX.