An unusually full house of Union Pacific locomotives take up space in the Rio Grande built Pueblo locomotive terminal. Some interesting power such as a pair of Southern Pacific painted AC4400s, t... (more)
The Denver Broncos and Southern Pacific speed lettering, what's not to love?
Bloody Nose Originally built for the B&O in 1969, this GP40 was rebuilt by Morrison-Knudsen and re-released to the Southern Pacific on April 15, 1991. Besides still retaining its original... (more)
SP 199 leads a three pack of speed lettered Southern Pacific locomotives seen resting in the old Rio Grande locomotive term... (more)
Former SP 212, backs onto track 5 of the ex-Rio Grande locomotive terminal in Pueblo while the UP 1989 awaits its next journey in the Centennial State.
Two pairs of fallen flags set the scene as yard locomotives and power from a recently tied down coal train all take a break at the former D&RGW locomotive yard.
Lots of power sits at the former Rio Grande locomotive terminal in beautiful Pueblo, Colorado.
Three ex-Rio Grande GP40-2s, with a pair in their original paint, rest after a long day of sorting cars in the yard and working the former CF&I steel mill.
A trio of GP40-2s gets ready for today's yard shenanigans.
A yard consist with two fallen flag paint schemes stands ready to sort cars in the adjacent UP Pueblo yard.