The California Zephyr has just come down the steep grade from Tunnel #1 (seen in the background) and is going through Coal Creek Canyon on its way to Denver's Union Station.
The California Zephyr rounds the corner at Big Ten Curve as it drops down from the foothills and heads to Denver's Union Station.
Heritage Amtrak 184 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr through the pines at Crescent, Colorado.
The wildfires in Colorado and Utah continue to provide the ingredients for amazing sunrises and the California Zephyr passengers and crew certainly appreciated the display from Mother Nature.
BNSF 4147 (Dash 9) leads a windmill parts train through the S curve near Sedalia, Colorado.
BNSF 6155 (ES44AC) leads the morning Z Train through Roggen and towards Wiggins, Colorado.
BNSF 7102 (ES44C4) leads the Z train around the Keenesburg Cut as it heads towards Denver, Colorado.
AMTK 152 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr through Big Ten Curve which will help the train climb the steep grade towards Tunnel #1.
AMTK 175 (P42DC) leads the morning's California Zephyr around Blue Mountain as it heads into the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
The California Zephyr seemingly emerges from the sun as it heads west on the Brush Sub towards Denver's Union Station.
The ski train gets an early start as it heads up the Moffat Tunnel Sub, passing through Little Ten Curve, which will soon be followed by Big Ten Curve and then 28 tunnels on its way towards the Wi... (more)
Amtrak 48 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr through the 180 degree turn in Coal Creek Canyon, passing over Highway 72 in the process.
BNSF 7213 (ES44DC) leads 5 other pumpkins in the first eastbound train of the day to run through Wiggins, Colorado.
This SW1200 works for ConAgra and can be found at the Commerce City Grain yard near Denver.
BNSF 8007 (ES44C4) leads a ballast train over the Joint Line bridge which is east of Sedalia, Colorado.