UP 2642 (ET44AH) leads a freight past the refineries in Commerce City, Colorado.
UP 801 (GP38-2) sits with other light power in the Union Pacific's North Yard in Denver, Colorado, waiting for the call to take its turn shuffling rolling stock.
A spring snowstorm catches BNSF 9319 (SD70ACe) as it leads a loaded coal train through Spruce, Colorado on the southbound Joint Line.
A Ferromex engine sits at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado, joining other BNSF power waiting for service or train assignments.
BNSF 8589 (SD70ACe) gets ready to leave the Coors Brewery in Golden, Colorado, taking a load of beer cars to Denver for distributing to all parts of the country.
The Pueblo Museum, which is at the old historic Pueblo Depot, has a great collection of engines and rolling stock. DOT 001 is a U30C that wears the colors of the Department of Transportation.
BNSF 6065 (ES44AC) muscles a coal train through the area north of Pueblo, Colorado on the Joint Line.
The Southwest Chief #3 train pulls into Trinidad, Colorado for a brief stop.
The Southwest Chief #4 train leaves Wagon Mound, New Mexico behind and gets ready to run through the intermediate semaphore on its way to Raton.
The Southwest Chief, with Amtrak engine #10 in the lead, passes through Wagon Mound, New Mexico.
A golden Colorado sunrise greets the California Zephyr as it runs west on the Brush Sub towards Denver.
The California Zephyr hits the signal at east Keenesburg, Colorado at sunrise as it heads to Denver.
The Southwest Chief 3 train arrives at Blanchard, New Mexico, where strong winds have nearly ripped the name off the sign.
After leaving Trinidad, Colorado, the Southwest Chief runs through some amazing scenery before arriving at Raton, New Mexico.
Amtrak engine #10 (P42DC) leads the Southwest Chief, minus the baggage car, south towards Raton, New Mexico.