Denver Rock Island 553 switches out boxcars at the Waste Management paper recycling facility near the old Stockyards in Denver.
A pair of Canadian National engines are on the point of BNSF's Provo to Lincoln train using trackage rights across UP's Moffat Tunnel line. The train is seen pulling East out of Fraser past the l... (more)
The first run of the Denver to Winter Park Ski train heads West at Rocky Siding.
Still painted in Northern Pacific colors almost 20 years after the BN merger, caboose 10050 brings up the rear of this Houston bound loaded coal train.
Rio Grande 5504 heads Eastbound at Plainview with a loaded coal train just after Sunrise.
A friendly wave from the Engineer as he guides this Westbound down Cajon Pass with a SPSF painted SD45 on the point and eight other engines following. The first two engines behind the 5355 are Top... (more)
A neat consist with SP-D&RGW-SSW/Cotton Belt, D&RGW with all the engines facing forward heads Eastbound out of Cable towards the town of Tehachapi. In the cut in the background can be seen one of ... (more)
The crew of this Eastbound coal train has apparently stopped along the way to cut down their Christmas trees!
This Public Service loaded coal train is pulling into No. Yard.
Southern Pacific SD40T-2 8503 was the lead engine on the Westbound APLAA when it didn't stop, ran out the West end of the siding and into the side of the Eastbound LADAT.
Apparently the 8503 was ... (more)
On a stormy afternoon, a Southbound loaded coal train with six engines heads down the mainline and past caboose 10088 still painted in the Big Sky blue paint of predecessor railroad Great Northern... (more)
Western Pacific 3003 passes Hobart Tower as it heads South towards Long Beach and the Harbor area.
Union Pacific 6960 heads North past this mural in downtown Greeley.
A pair of GECX Demonstrator engines bring up the rear of a Northbound empty coal train. They are seen passing a cricket mural that happens to match the colors of the engines!
Southern Pacific 8337 heads East down Cajon Pass through snow showers.
Five Rio Grande GP40/GP40-2's head into the Leyden siding with this Eastbound manifest train.