The Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado has an amazing set of old engines and rolling stock. One such standout is Rio Grande Southern #7 Galloping Goose which is operable and will take p... (more)
Coors Brewery critter #998 (SW1001) heads to the brewing facility with a cut of the specially designed hopper cars.
Conductor Al Bloudnt and Santa Clause at the Colorado Railroad Museum
BNSF 1625, a former Santa Fe SD40-2, gets ready to pull a string out of the BNSF yard in Golden, Colorado.
BNSF 1625 (ex Santa Fe SD40-2) grabs a cut of cars on a siding next to the Coors Brewery and will push them back into the BNSF yard in Golden, Colorado. The 'M' on the side of the mountain stands... (more)
The small BNSF yard in Golden Colorado can be easily seen from the road and offers a great view of switching operations.
BNSF 1625 (ex ATSF SD40-2) shoves a string of cars back into the BNSF yard in Golden, Colorado.
Just before pulling on the throttle, the engineer of Rio Grande Southern 20 looks back for the highball from the conductor. The engineer here is well known in the... (more)
One opportunity to photograph the switchers that work the Coors Brewery grounds is when they move the special hoppers to and from the grain silo on the east end of the massive complex.
The Coors Brewery critters don't often present themselves for photos, as they mostly operate in the interior areas of the sprawling facility in Golden, Colorado. Here is CORX 997 (SW1000) droppin... (more)
Galloping Goose #7 of the Rio Grande Southern keeps other vintage equipment company on a siding at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado.
BNSF 9077 (SD70ACe) leads the 'Beer Train' from the Coors facility in Golden, Colorado to Denver.
BNSF 9077 (SD70ACe) waits for orders to take the 'Beer Train' from the Coors facility in Golden, Colorado to Denver.
The massive Molson Coors Brewing company sits in the foothills of Golden, Colorado. Here we see the brewery's SW1000 get ready to head to the yard to collect some tank cars to bring into the plant... (more)
CORX 997 (SW1000) pushes a cut of tank cars over the old girder bridge leading into the massive Coors brewing facility.