This wide angle view shows BNSF 7068 (ES44C4) leading a long train through Little Ten Curve in the lower left and Big Ten curve on the right. Also visible is the Denver skyline in the upper right ... (more)
The Colorado Fuel & Iron steel mill looms on the horizon over Santa Fe’s CF&I local returning to the Santa Fe yard in Pueblo, Colorado. The train is seen crossing the Salt Creek just east of the m... (more)
A sunny day, a timely California Zephyr and a freindly wave from the engineer is captured after engine 193 emerges from Tunnel 29 just east of Pinecliffe, Colorado.
The Royal Gorge Railroad's GP40 takes the tail end duty as the morning passenger train heads into the canyons west of Canyon City, Colorado. For the return trip back 3104 will lead the way.
Smoke from the massive 2020 forest fires in Colorado create an odd haze over Fort Collins as a matching set of OmniTRAX SD40M-2's cross the Cache la Poudre River.
BNSF 6861 (ES44C4) leads a freight towards Tunnel 29 at Pinecliffe, Colorado.
Little Depot in the Sky
A top the highest active railroad in the United States is the Cumbres Depot, nee Section House, straddling the divide at Cumbres Pass, elevation 10,015 fe... (more)
Santa Fe’s CF&I local passes through Salt Creek Junction on its short journey from the yard in Pueblo, Colorado to the Colorado Fuel & Iron plant. By this time, the sprawling complex was largely s... (more)
Santa Fe’s CF&I local passes the Union Depot in Pueblo, Colorado. Today’s train has twelve cars for the Colorado Fuel & Iron plant just south of this location.
The California Zephyr #6 train departs Denver around 7:00 pm, in time to get a golden Colorado sunset shot as it heads towards Keenesburg, Colorado.
After leaving Denver the California Zephyr travels east on the Brush Sub and will briefly stop at Fort Morgan before continuing to Nebraska.
The Moffat Tunnel Sub has some of the country's most beautiful scenery. here is the California Zephyr dropping down the grade into Creek Canyon and will soon be at Denver's Union Station.
The California Zephyr has just come through Tunnel #1 and is dropping down hill into Coal Creek Canyon.
The California Zephyr emerges from Tunnel 29 after having just passed through Pinecliffe, Colorado.
BNSF 7972 (ES44C4) meets a Denver Regional Transportation District commuter rail train in downtown Denver, Colorado.