The Ski Train climbs thru tunnel 3 westbound as it continues its morning ascent of The Rocky Mountains.
The sun is shining brightly, but the evidence of a March blizzard from the day before is still very apparent! A dusting of snow covers everything as the Ski Train heads west toward Winter Park.
Even though April is only three days away, that doesn't stop spring snow storms from unloading snow in Colorado. The last Thursday run of the Ski Train for the season charges west through raging b... (more)
The summer ski train rolls through Rocky siding as it heads back to Denver.
As we pulled into Winter Park the conductor announced that it was 3 degrees with 80 MPH winds. Still, the trian was crowded, having gained popularity under Ansco Investments. The three F40PHs are... (more)
The Ski Train sits quietly under clear skies at Denver's Union Station.
The Ansco Ski Train - Summer Edition - blasts out of Tunnel 1 on its way to Winter Park.
The Ski Train makes its way west on the second of eight summer trips west toward Winter Park on 07-07-07. The train has just emerged from Tunnel 1 on the approach to Plain (UP Moffat Tunnel Sub).
The Hawkeye Express blasts out of Coralville, loaded with football fans bound for Iowa City.
The Little Ten Curve displays the entire length of the Ski Train on a winter morning.
The Ski Train snakes away from Tunnel 1 as it continues westward.
The Ski Train climbs away from the Great Plains as it enters the base of Coal Creek Canyon.
The Ski Train is about to enter Tunnel 1 on its morning run up to Winter Park. Heavy snow the previous day closed I-70 and will make mountain road travel slow on this day. A great day to take the ... (more)
For three days in a row, the Ski Train's run was cancelled due to operational delays from snow issues on the U.P. Moffat subdivision.
It is a quiet Colorado morning in the snow and the Ski Train is running about 25 minutes late as it rounds the curve at the base of Coal Creek Canyon just below tunnel one.