DRIR 1083 (SW1500) crosses one of the few diamonds in the Denver area. This one happens to be located in the area of the City known as the Stockyards.
Denver Rock Island Railroad's 1083 (SW1500) passes the historic Stock Yards Exchange Building as it moves a hopper for one of its customers.
The Denver Rock Island Railroads runs the tight confines of Packinghouse Road with a cut of gondolas.
You can often find the Denver Rock Island Railroad's 1083 (SW1500) working the industrial businesses on Packinghouse Road in the Stockyards area. The road sees heavy traffic and maneuvering along... (more)
Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW1500 #1083 pulls a load of scrap iron across Packinghouse Road.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW1500 works the small industrial area known as the Stockyards.
The Denver Rock Island's SW1500 pulls a cut of oil cans across Packinghouse Road in Denver.
Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW1500 crosses Packinghouse Road with a pair of hoppers.
While the tracks used by the Denver Rock Island Railroad are old, and perhaps not what you might call 'class I' quality, they do their job just fine.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad has been working these tracks since 2005 when the DRIR acquired the Stock Yard Lead from the Union Pacific Railroad. Although still functional, the tracks in this a... (more)
There's a storm on the horizon and the crew of DRIR 1083 works to deliver some gondolas and tank cars to customers on the north end of their Denver territory.
It is uncertain if the pending stock show complex redevelopment will solve the close quarter running of the Denver Rock Island Railroad's engine along Packinghouse Road.
If you like the Denver Rock Island Railroad you might want to visit their Denver operation soon. The area that they serve (one of the last true industrial areas left called 'The Stockyards') is a... (more)
DRIR 1083 (SW1500) moves a cut of gondolas to a client in the Denver Stockyards.
DRIR 1083 plays in the street north of the Denver Stockyards.