BNSF 6400 (ES44AC) shoves a loaded coal train through the county road in Greenland, Colorado.
The #5 California Zephyr has a hard time of it today. After it left Denver Union Station it was stopped for 3 hours in Arvada, Colorado while track crews fixed a faulty switch. It then encounter... (more)
A storm with blizzard winds and three fee of snow socked the Colorado Front Range, frosting these BNSF power units while they wait for their respective orders.
A strong snow storm plasters BNSF 3005 (GP40M) as it works the Denver Yard.
Light power dominates the Union Pacific North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
BNSF ACe 9272 leads a loaded coal train through Greenland, Colorado on the southbound Joint Line.
BNSF 9042 (SD70ACe) holds on the Broomfield Siding for a southbound freight to pass. It will then head north on the Front Range Sub towards Fort Collins, Colorado.
The last minutes of evening sun catch BNSF 7619 (ES44DC) and two helping Norfolk Sothern units cross the South Platte River as they exit the Denver Yard with a freight.
BNSF 4228 (ES44C4) leads a freight through Tolland, Colorado and will soon be entering the 6 mile long Moffat Tunnel on its way to the western side of the Continental Divide.
Executive MAC 9822 assists in shoving a loaded coal train through Spruce, Colorado.
A matched set of MACs hold station at the downtown depot in Longmont, Colorado.
BNSF ACe 8799 pulls a heavy coal over the Santa Fe Bridge in Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 9272 (SD70ACe) leads a loaded coal through the Black Forest of Larkspur, Colorado.
Bluebonnet 2854 (GP39-2) works the BNSF yard in Denver, Colorado. Catching Bluebonnets is getting harder and harder as units are either removed for storage or repainted into the H3 paint scheme.
Now that Amtrak has been funded sufficiently to resume daily service of the California Zephyr from Chicago, Illinois to Emeryville, California, more riders will be able to experience the splendor ... (more)