The Canadian Pacific Railway sent two CP engines to Denver leading a grain train. The second unit was painted up in a heritage scheme.
Canadian Pacific 8114 (AC4400CWM) led a CP Heritage engine and a grain train through Denver, Colorado, passing through the historic bridges that spans the Cherry Creek River.
The private car WEBX 800007 (Babbling Brook) was left overnight at Denver's Union Station. When viewed up close you can really appreciate the design and construction of these amazing cars, and jus... (more)
The second of two cars that Amtrak’s California Zephyr brought to Denver was WEBX 800007, a Pullman observation sleeper car that was built by the Budd Company of Philadelphia, PA in 1949. Calle... (more)
One of the private cars Amtrak brought to Denver was WEBX 801044. This dome sleeper was built in July of 1954 by the Budd Company of Philadelphia, PA. It was one of seven identical cars built for... (more)
Under threatening skies, the California Zephyr brought to town two private cars. It has been a long time since we have seen private cars on an Amtrak train. The cars included New York Central Pull... (more)
The Union Pacific local, lead by UP 712 (GP38-2), passes over the twin bridges in lower downtown Denver on its way to Littleton, Colorado.
BNSF 5711 (ES44AC) leads an empty ballast train through the historic turn-of-the-century bridges that span Cherry Creek. The heavy muscle on the right are 4 DPU's that are shoving a heavy grain t... (more)
Amtrak #42 (Veterans P42DC) was on lead with the California Zephyr as it made a stop in Denver, Colorado.
The light and heavy rail lines run side by side in lower downtown Denver. What at one time was a seedy industrial area has now been transformed with high-end condominiums.
UP 4848 and team moving past a grain elevator in Denver with flags waiving, on the 4th of July, 2011
Amtrak train with two special-painted 'Heritage' units backing into Denver to take on passengers.
BNSF 790 serves as a DPU on a tank train, heading south on the Joint Line after the empty coal train on the far right clears.
Late in the day, a pair of BNSF's coal-haulers roll northbound through Denver on their way to the Powder River Basin, while loaded commodities await departure southbound on the Joint Line.
The needle is a pedestrian bridge from which it's possible to get great vantage points on the Joint Line in downtown Denver.