UP 1350 (ex DRGW GP40-2) leads a freight over the South Platte River in Denver.
A trio of light power, lead by UP 1350 (ex DRGW GP40-2) gets ready to head south out of the North Yard.
Grande Gold The Rebel of the Rockies first started applying this 6 foot tall version of its speed lettered logo on locomotives starting in 1968 with their last order of SD45s. From then o... (more)
Many railfans can be anyone, to an adult, to some youngster, and this fellow is no exception. This young kid waits for the CFD Train to come and looks at one of the remaining patched DRGW GP40-2s ... (more)
In a scene reminiscent of days gone past, 3 Rio Grande geeps (one in UP paint) put together a train of empty flats to be taken up to the former CF&I steel mill for loads of 78 foot quality made ra... (more)
A beautiful former Rio Grande loco makes for a great roster shot any day.
One of two "patch units" that frequent Colorado Springs. This one, still wearing its Rio Grande lettering on the hood, idles away the weekend. Snow covered Pikes Peak is the back drop.