Mother Nature again provides another stellar sunrise for the riders and crew of the California Zephyr heading to Denver, Colorado.
The California Zephyr glides past a serene Barr Lake as Mother Nature offers up a golden Colorado sunrise.
The recent heavy rains on the eastern plains and a fiery Colorado sunrise provide the ingredients for a reflection shot of the California Zephyr as it passes through Wiggins, Colorado.
Amtrak 154 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr through arguably the most scenic stretch of the journey from Chicago to Emeryville, California. It will include 28 tunnels, breathtaking views of mo... (more)
Amtrak 175 (P42DC) has just exited Tunnel #1 on the Moffat Tunnel Sub and is heading to Plainview, Colorado. It will pass through 28 more tunnels before it gets to the 6 mile long Moffat Tunnel, ... (more)
With the City of Denver skyline visible in the background, Amtrak 172 leads the California Zephyr around Big Ten Curve, passing a wind-break consisting of a string of former coal cars filled with ... (more)
BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) works the small yard next to the Coors Brewing facility in Golden, Colorado. 5-8-2020 1600
BNSF 8763 (SD70ACe) has just crossed under the Continental Divide via the Moffat Tunnel and leads an oil can train down the hill past Tolland, Colorado.
An eastbound stack train passes a 1949 Plymouth Deluxe which sits in a field west of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Mother Nature provides a gold and blue palate for a colorful sunrise to greet the California Zephyr as it travels west to Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 5968 (ES44AC) is shoving an empty coal towards Wiggins, Colorado and into a bright Colorado sunrise.
The California Zephyr climbs the hill behind a BNSF freight that was holding on the Rocky siding and is now heading to Denver.
On Golden Pond.
Amtrak 135 leads the California Zephyr past a golden Barr Lake thanks to a spectacular Colorado sunrise.
A good looking stack train with four engines runs past Barr Lake on the way to Denver, Colorado.
Soon after the California Zephyr past through Wiggins, an eastbound empty coal lead by BNSF 5968 (ES44AC) approached, heading into the orange sunrise.