DRGW 491 was rebuilt in 1930 at the Burnham Shops in Denver (now extinct) and converted from a 4 foot to a 3 foot gauge configuration. Designated K-37 class, the unique frame configuration had th... (more)
Weather permitting, on weekends the Colorado Railroad Museum likes to show off its collection of operating steam engines. When they ran DRGW 491 it drew a crowd, with railfans coming from miles a... (more)
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)
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)
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 Winter Park Express is parked under the iconic sweeping canopy of the Denver Union Station, and shares the platform with the commuter rail trains which come and go every 15 minutes. On Saturd... (more)
BNSF 1961 (SD40-2) was built for the Colorado & Southern Railway before joining the BN ranks. She has recently been repainted in the Heritage III scheme. If you like the BN you can still see a n... (more)
A former Burlington Northern cascade green unit keeps the other pumpkins company at the engine servicing yard in Denver.
Sunrise in the UP's North Yard catches a variety of heavies waiting for train assignments.
UPY 1323 (MP15DC) waits with a mate in the UP's North Yard for the call to shuffle freight cars.
Two BNSF workers hitch a ride as BNSF Warbonnet 767 (Dash 9) moves away from the servicing island at the engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado.
Snow crews work to clear the switches of ice and snow as OmniTRAX's 4327 (SD9 in a Widow Maker paint scheme) waits for her crew.
These two Warbonnet bookends were catching some Colorado sun while on a siding in Longmont, Colorado. Both of these B40-8W units were built in 1990 for the ATSF. Long live the Warbonnets.