A sunny day, a timely California Zephyr and a freindly wave from the engineer is captured after engine 193 emerges from Tunnel 29 just east of Pinecliffe, Colorado.
The California Zephyr #6 train departs Denver around 7:00 pm, in time to get a golden Colorado sunset shot as it heads towards Keenesburg, Colorado.
After leaving Denver the California Zephyr travels east on the Brush Sub and will briefly stop at Fort Morgan before continuing to Nebraska.
The Moffat Tunnel Sub has some of the country's most beautiful scenery. here is the California Zephyr dropping down the grade into Creek Canyon and will soon be at Denver's Union Station.
The California Zephyr has just come through Tunnel #1 and is dropping down hill into Coal Creek Canyon.
The California Zephyr emerges from Tunnel 29 after having just passed through Pinecliffe, Colorado.
AMTK 193 leads the eastbound Empire Builder into St. Paul.
The California Zephyr with 193 (P42DC) on leads rounds the corner in Coal Creek Canyon and begins the climb up Tunnel #1.
Amtrak 193 leads the California Zephyr #5 through a cut leading to Tunnel 1 at Plainview, Colorado.
AMTK 193 (P42DC) leads the #5 California Zephyr around a curve at Plainview, Colorado.
The Eastbound Empire Builder has left Essex and passes through shed 12 on their way East up Marias Pass
The eastbound Empire Builder tops the continental divide and Marias Pass at Summit on their way East over the High Line
The westbound California Zephyr rounds the curve at Hercules, nearing the end of its trip from Chicago.
Amtrak train 48 the "Lakeshore Limited" accelerates through CP 369 after completing its station stop in Rochester NY. Snow flurries have begun to fall, leaving a dusting of snow across the region.... (more)
After meeting an eastbound BNSF mixed freight at Leyden Siding, the westbound California Zephyr passes the area know as Barbara’s Gulch or Chemical for the spur that was rail served.