A long coal train passes through BNSF's Pueblo yard, which is full of cars. The industrial skyline can be seen in the background.
An empty cement hopper train slowly enters Pueblo yard on the main with the Front Range looming in the background.
A Warbonnet and Heritage 2 painted Dash 9 in classic elephant style lead a long train of empty autoracks, most likely destined for storage, into Pueblo Junction and then onwards to La Junta.
The DPUs of a loaded coal train shine for a photo, while the northern part of BNSF's Pueblo yard is seen with parked auto racks and insulated boxcars on the left and the Comanche Power plant and t... (more)
The Denver to Kansas City mixed freight leaves Pueblo yard under clear skies, with an abundance of BNSF airplane fuselage flats at the front.
A loaded coal train is about to enter Pueblo Junction, while in the background a UP yard job with two Rio Grande painted GP40-2's makes its way toward the UP yard.
The Pueblo local, Y-PUE101, heads towards the Rocky Mountain Steel Mill with loads of scrap and empty flats all used in the making and transportation of new rail.
A variety of BNSF paint schemes lead this mixed freight past the historic Pueblo Union Depot.
Loads of scrap steel leave the Pueblo Yard on the "Hill Cut" job as it heads to the former CF&I steel mill while a winter snow storm rages in the background.
A loaded coal train zig-zags its way through the BNSF Pueblo yard with Pikes Peak looming in the background.
A BNSF mixed freight awaits the passing of a UP freight with the Pueblo public library looming in the background.
Two visitors from the South help to lead this BNSF freight train out of the BNSF Pueblo yard and on towards La Junta.
The colors on newly cast wheels always provide for interesting photos.
A long and loaded coal train continues its journey south on the Joint Line.
Two forms of transportation converge in one shot as a unit train led by a KCS Ace passes under I-25 while a Honda truck rolls overhead. Thanks to B.A. Bernard for helping choose this photo.