Union Pacific 844 leads the ferry move from Cheyenne to Denver to get ready for the annual Denver Post trip to Cheyenne's Frontier Days.
After the area got pounded by a Severe T-Storm, the sun peeks out of the clouds, along with a nice cold breeze to accompany it. The sound of a steam engine can be heard off in the distance. Seen h... (more)
On a clear summer morning, Union Pacific FEF-3 4-8-4 Northern number 844 chuffs past Terry Ranch Road on her way to Denver.
The deadhead move of the Cheyenne Frontier Days train from Cheyenne to Denver drops down the grade out of Speer Jct.
A National Guard plane also makes an appearance up in the sky!
Union Pacific 2001 is one out of a pair of locomotives that were painted for the Olympic celebrations when that event was held out in Salt Lake City.
Still wearing the unique paint scheme, the en... (more)
Two E9's and a DDA40X lead thr annual Cheyenne Frontier Days Special around the curve south of Speer, WY at Terry Ranch Road.
An early challenger with what looks like a solid string of gondolas in tow. No photographer listed on slide.
Katy Heritage engine UP 1988 struggles Westbound up Sherman Hill approaching the West end of Speer on #3 track.
Western Pacific Heritage Engine 1983 leads the Westbound Denver to Salt Lake City Z-Train North on the Greeley Sub. 1 mile South of Speer Jct.
The UP 3985 Challenger with the Circus Train on there way to Denver.
UP 3985 pulls the “Greatest Show on Earth” to Denver.
The City of Everywhere heads south out of Wyoming bound for Denver.
The 844 is pulling the Pony Express northbound from Denver to Cheyenne for the Union Pacific Historical Society Convention in 2005.
Bright afternoon sunshine fires up some K-Line containers and greets UP 4296 as it turns west to head up the meandering Harriman Line toward Dale Jct. That water tower has seen some history!