Powered by a pair of Rio Grande EMD GP40-2s, Union Pacificís West Local switches the aggregates plant at the end of Rocky Spur leaving the main line at Rocky, Colorado, on February 21, 2002.
The Rio Grande Ski Train rounds the horseshoe curve that crosses the entry to Coal Creek Canyon as it climbs to the Moffat Tunnel and Winter Park. Itís a shame that the UP continues to remo... (more)
Spring has arrived, but it's still a winter wonderland in the front range as the Rio Grande Ski Train approaches Tunnel 1 east of Plainview, Colorado.
Union Pacificís West Local, powered by three Rio Grande GP40-2s, waits on the grade of Rocky Spur for a westbound UP coal empty to pass on the main line at Rocky, Colorado, on February 9, 2002. Af... (more)
Union Pacificís West Local on the Moffat Tunnel Subdivision is dropping off of Rocky Spur at Rocky, Colorado, on February 19, 2002. Powering the train is a nice set of Rio Grande GP40-2, with No. ... (more)
DRGW 3126,3087,3079,3057,3056 have put Soldier Summit behind them and now have a pretty good roll on this eastbound as they make their way down Price River canyon with a late afternoon manifest.
Eastbound #100 freight, behind 3126 3066 3125 5333 3018 crosses a westbound freight at Orestod, just east of Bond and at the start of the Dotsero cut off; Orestod being Dotsero backwards and Dotse... (more)
In the evening sun, 3126 works east with a short engineers train.
Three GP40-2ís still flying Denver & Rio Grande Western RR colors were together UPís North Yard. The UP owned GP40-2ís are DRGW 3126, 3118 and 3128. They went to UPís Denver Locomotive Facility ... (more)