As Bobby Darin said, “Five'll get ya ten old Macky's back in town!”
It’s been some time since I have been able to get 5 Executive MAC’s in one shot. Good to see them back in service in the D... (more)
Here we see the ‘front office’ of Big Boy UP 4005. The Forney Transportation Museum has designed the exhibit in such a way as to easily access the cab of the engine for this unique view. One can... (more)
Union Pacific 4005 is one of 8 surviving 4-8-8-4 Big Boy locomotives and is the only Big Boy ever converted to burn oil for fuel. She is one of only three housed in an enclosed facility, and can ... (more)
The area between Castle Rock and Larkspur, Colorado is some of the best scenery for photographing trains running on the Joint Line.
BNSF 5735 (ES44AC) pulls a load of coal up the hill from Sedalia to Castle Rock, Colorado.
BNSF 6247 (ES44AC) and an Executive MAC pull a loaded coal train over the Santa Fe Bridge in Larkspur, Colorado.
A father and his boys stroll past the last surviving standard gauge engine of the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. DRGW 683 (2-8-0) was built in 1890 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and oper... (more)
BNSF 4978 (Dash944CW) leads an oil can train down Big Ten Curve as it heads to the BNSF yard in downtown Denver.
The cows pay no attention to the California Zephyr which is climbing through Big Ten Curve on its way to the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
There's a few visiting strangers in the UP's North Yard in Denver.
It is once again a common sight to see Executive MAC's running coal along the Joint Line in Colorado.
BNSF 5735 (ES44AC) passes a signal as it pulls a loaded coal train through Larkspur, Colorado.
Three BNSF units strain to pull a heavy freight through Longmont, Colorado.
BNSF 6048 (ES44AC) leads a coal train into Sedalia, Colorado.
A pair of CSX units wait in a yard in Orlando for orders.