Westbound empty hoppers destined for the Craig Branch round the broad curve approaching Parshall, CO.
Westbound empty hoppers roll along the Colorado River between Parshall and Kremmling, CO. The empties are destined for the coal fields along the Craig Branch.
Amtrak P40s 821 and 823 are seen leading the eastbound California Zephyr #6 at Parshall - 07/10/2014
Amtrak train No. 6 the eastbound California Zephyr basks in the afternoon sun as races east at Parshall, CO.
Amtrak's westbound California Zephyr slithers through Rio Grande's Byers Canyon after departing Denver earlier in the morning. The daylight trip west through the Colorado will provide passe... (more)
A UP freight behind eight GEs works westbound near Parshall just after passing through Byers Canyon on UP's Moffat Tunnel Subdivision.
Under grey skies, a westbound hotshot smudges the snowy landscape as it thunders through Flat siding, west of Parshall, in January 1982 behind 5373, 5369, 3028, 5329 and 3011.
A westbound freight rolls away from the rising sun near Parshall on the former Rio Grande.
The Rio Grande Zephyr would run west only one more day after this one. Train left Denver in rain, pushed through snow through the mountains and then found a warm spring day as she pulled into Gra... (more)
UP 6856 races west near Parshall Colorado.
UP 7267 heads west late in the afternoon near Parshall.
On a sunny winter's morning and high above the Colorado River, an eastbound coal approaches Parshall, between Flat siding and Byers Canyon, under the care of 5351, 5390, 5393, 5342 and 5369.
The photographers last ever encounter with the Rio Grande Zephyr finds the westbound service accelerating towards Parshall from the 20 mph restriction of Byers Canyon in early April 1982.
Leaving a smudge of exhaust in the air as it accelerates away from Byers canyon, 5771 5762 253 5763 approaches Parshall with the westbound Rio Grande Zephyr on the second day of 1982.
Unit coal train winding through the Rockies on the Moffat Tunnel Route.