BNSF 6135 (ES44AC) shoves a loaded coal train through Palmer Lake, Colorado, past people taking advantage of the cool water on a hot summer day.
BNSF 8171 (ES44C4) crosses a bridge in Greenland, Colorado that still sports the iconic Rio Grande lettering.
Union Pacific's Rio Grande heritage #1989 (SD70ACe) runs along the Colorado Front Range towards Sedalia as it leads a freight with the ultimate destination of Pueblo, Colorado.
The morning sun kisses the roof of Amtrak #50 as it speeds past Barr Lake towards Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 2585 leads a short oil can train from the Hudson Terminal to Denver, passing Barr Lake on the way. The engine started life in 1963 as a GP30 for the AT&SF and was later rebuilt into the GP39... (more)
The California Zephyr lead by AMTK 176 was nearly 14 hours late yesterday due to a rock slide in Utah, allowing a rare sunlight shot of an eastbound Genesis at Crescent, Colorado.
Amtrak Heritage 184 leads the California Zephyr past a pond in Lockbuie as it heads to Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 3491 (ET44C4) leads a long windmill blade train through the vast open prarie land southwest of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
BNSF 9242 (SD70ACe) muscles an empty coal past a pond in Cheyenne, Wyoming. See if you can spot the family of geese that is just about to ruin the reflection shot as they swim across the pond.
The sun has just broken the horizon and BNSF 6426 (ES44AC) and a mate shove hard on a loaded coal climbing the Joint Line grade from Greenland to Palmer Lake, Colorado.
Union Pacific 7982 (C45ACCTE) races down the slot from Palmer Lake to Greenland, Colorado. Above the cab is Pike's Peak, one of Colorado's 54 14,000-foot-plus peaks.
UP 8897 (SD70AH) leads two other mates and a freight over the Santa Fe Bridge in Larkspur, Colorado.
The evening California Zephyr leaves Denver's Union Station behind and passes under the Park Avenue Viaduct. It will jump on the Brush Sub line, which will take it to Fort Morgan, Colorado and th... (more)
RTD of Denver #278 meets a passing light rail train at the historic bridges built in 1908 to span the Cherry Creek.
UP 6473 shoves a grain train around the elevated curve and leans in towards the iconic steam era water tower located at Speer Junction just west of Cheyenne, Wyoming.