After meeting an eastbound BNSF mixed freight at Leyden Siding, the westbound California Zephyr passes the area know as Barbara’s Gulch or Chemical for the spur that was rail served.
EMD SD70ACe-T4 No. 3035 leads the last MRONY (Roper Yard in Salt Lake City to North Yard in Denver) freight across the overpass over Colo. Highway 72 at the west end of Leyden, Colorado, on Decemb... (more)
The first run of the 2019 Winter Park Express/Ski Train works upgrade and away from Denver. This year there was a lounge car added to the middle of the consist.
A BNSF freight with a visitor from the east in the consist drops downgrade towards Denver. The train will take the siding at Leyden ahead, and let the on time #5 California Zephyr pass.
The innagural run of the 2018 edition of the Amtrak Ski Train heads towards Winter Park, and catches the light of first sunrise as it climbs away from Denver.
A nearly 6 hour late late westbound Amtrak California Sephyr leaves Denver behind, and begins its assault on the front range.
While a storm rolls east over the plains and the city of Denver, a westbound Union Pacific coal empty climbs the grade out of Leyden, Colorado, on the afternoon of October 29, 1999. The train is l... (more)
As a powerful thunderstorm can be seen in the distance, UP 6365 (an ex SP AC4400CW) leads the North Yard to Roper manifest past the Cold War Horse just west of Leyden Siding on June, 13th, 2016. T... (more)
As the sun rises in the east, Amtrak's Winter Park Express races west out of Leyden Siding towards the Winter Park Ski Resort on January 7th, 2017 with the Phase I heritage unit #156 leading the t... (more)
Union Pacific’s MNYRO leaves the great plains and Denver behind as it climbs out of Leyden, Colorado, on June 19, 2017.
The Rio Grande Zephyr begins the climb into the Rockies.
With the warm, pastel colors of sunset settling in over Denver, three new Union Pacific EMD SD70ACe-T4s lead MNYRO out of Leyden, Colorado, at 8:10 p.m. on June 14, 2017. The three T4s—Nos. 3027, ... (more)
Five Rio Grande GP40/GP40-2's head into the Leyden siding with this Eastbound manifest train.
Powered by a trio of Rio Grande GP40-2s, Union Pacific’s West local approaches Leyden, Colorado, toting one tank car from Chem Spur on September 20, 2001.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe’s Denver to Stockton manifest freight passes the DPUs of an eastbound Union Pacific coal load at Leyden, Colorado, on April 9, 2001.