Rio Grande GP30 3011 is descending through the horse shoe curve in Coal Creek Canyon on the way to Denver. 3011 is now a survivor at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden.
Siemens Charge IDTX 4628 leads a second charger, a P42DC and two baggage cars through the snow and around the curve of Coal Creek Canyon.
Amtrak #11 P42DC climbs towards Tunnel #1 as it leads the California Zephyr into the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
The California Zephyr break though thick fog and feezing temperatures as it heads into the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
In the last catch before the Zephyr left the Front Range, we see the two Chargers and a Genesis climb the steep grade in falling snow towards Tunnel #1 on the Moffat Line.
Before climbing the steep grade to the Moffat Line Tunnel #1, the new Siemens Chargers lead the California Zephyr in the snow through the tight horseshoe turn at the mouth of Coal Creek Canyon. ... (more)
Running the new Siemens SC-44 Chargers on the point of the California Zephyr through the Colorado Rocky Mountains provided a good test for high altitude running in sub-freezing temperatures and sn... (more)
A ghostly BNSF 6948 (ES44C4) leads a freight through sub-freezing temps and dense fog as it runs on the Moffat Line at Coal Creek Canyon.
AMTK 14 creeps through Coal Creek Canyon, Colorado in super dense fog and frigid temperatures.
Amtrak 175 leads the Colorado Ski Train over Coal Creek Canyon Road and will soon make the climb up to Tunnel #1 as it heads towards the Winter Park Ski Resort.
AMTK 130 leads the California Zephyr through the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Amtrak sent a dual heritage consist to lead the Zephyr from Chicago to Emeryville, California.
Amtrak heritage 184 makes like an Alco as it heads up the steep grade to tunnel number one on the Moffat Line.
AMTK 130 Leads the California Zephyr through the 180 degree horseshoe curve in Coal Creek Canyon west of Denver.
BNSF 7434 (ES44DC) leads a freight through the tight 180 degree turn in Coal Creek Canyon.