As the day is close to coming to an end, the daily KCKDEN heads into the BNSF yard at Pueblo with the sun’s golden rays lighting up itself and the jointed UP mainline rails to its left.
Leaning into the super elevated curve at Boone, the L-PWR0357 heads into the small town with a train of empty covered hoppers including one interestingly tagged unit second from the front.
As it sits idling with a vibrant blue hour sky starting to fade overhead, the lead unit for tonight’s Marht Turn waits for the nocturnal run south on chilly December evening.
Merry Christmas To help get others in the Holiday Spirit, a colorful Christmas Wreath has been placed on the front of CCH locomotives in hopes of spreading some holiday cheer.
It’s all downhill from here, as Q681 conquers another hill on the Dothan Subdivision in Shady Grove and continues the journey to Georgia.
Fans get their final shots of Southern 630 as they train slowly heads out of Wilton for the final weekend journey to Birmingham and the end of another successful 21st Century Steam Excursion in Al... (more)
After working the Evraz Rocky Steel Mill earlier in the day, today’s UP Pueblo local continuous a very long shove maneuver from the mill back to their yard while passing some vintage equipment at ... (more)
After patiently waiting for 2 and a half hours, the DENKCK finally gets to depart the mill town as the sun sets on another day in Pueblo.
The approach signal to N/A Junction still stands waiting for a train that will never show up on a chilly night along the abandoned MoPac mainline in Colorado, meanwhile a car’s taillight’s streak ... (more)
Bringing their train to a slow stop on track 54, the RPUDV rock train comes into the yard on a sunny morning in Pueblo as a wind blade train waits for a late night departure on the left.
The power for the PUESWE wind tower train on the left is about to depart for the Vestas Plant while the DENKCK on the right waits for its crew to come on duty later in the evening.
Early morning clouds and a rising sun combine to show off some amazing colorful effects as a new day is about to begin on the BNSF. War Eagle!!!
Sitting in classification track 7, the 1799 and 1719 wait for their shift to start on a sunny day in the steel city of Pueblo. Meanwhile the DENKCK moves around in the background.
Built in 1934 at the Bessemer shops of Pullman Standard, this B6 boxcar based on the American Railroad Association design and is notable for being the first all steel 40 foot boxcar built for the ... (more)