UP 5532 (ES44AC) runs past a rusty old 1949 Plymouth Special Deluxe, which sits in a field west of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
A clean UP 9031 (SD70AH) pulls a freight through the east portal of the Hermosa Tunnels on its way to Cheyenne, Wyoming.
BNSF 7901 (ES44DC) leads a freight on the Front Range Sub and will pass through the cities of Broomfield, Boulder, Longmont, Loveland, Berthoud and Fort Collins, Colorado.
Here we see a wide angle view from Park Avenue of the tracks supporting the BNSF engine servicing facility in downtown Denver, Colorado. This is a great place to watch trains if you are visiting ... (more)
A colorful CIT 6004 (SD60) moves from the BNSF Denver Yard through the snow towards the downtown engine servicing facility to take on fuel and sand. The shade of CIT blue and the Cascade Green of... (more)
BNSF 8784 (SD70ACe) pulls another load of coal towards Denver, passing Barr Lake under a stunning Colorado sunrise.
UPY 629 (GP15N) has solo duty moving cars around in the UP North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
A Pair of UP heavies wait in LaSalle, Colorado for a train to be assembled.
Denver Rock Island Railroad's 553 (SW8) is working an area of the stockyards that has undergone a major transformation. Gone now are these trees, which have been removed in advance of nearly $1B ... (more)
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.
Amtrak #22 gets ready to lead the Colorado Ski Train through the Moffat Tunnel as it heads back to Denver after spending a day at the Winter Park Ski Resort.
Amtrak's Colorado Ski Train pulls into the Winter Park station, which is directly adjacent to the Winter Park Ski Resort.
The California Zephyr break though thick fog and feezing temperatures as it heads into the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
An over-under shot with a UP coal train lead by 2543 (ES44ACH) and a BNSF Freight heading south on the Joint Line.