Denver Rock Island Railroad's 1606 (GP7) can be found working the industrial area in Denver between Colorado Blvd and Quebec Street along the I-70 corridor.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's "Grey Ghost" GP7 is 67 years old and still works the industrial areas along I-70 in Denver, Colorado.
Denver Rock Island Railroad's "Grey Ghost" 1606 (GP7) works a small industrial yard in north Denver.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad operates a variety of vintage engines including this GP7.
Sometimes when there's no scenery and just an old GEEP, a well lit wedgie will do. A former Seaboard Systems GP16 rebuild shoves against a train of hoppers in its present position as Denver Rock I... (more)
The Denver Rock Island Railroad’s GP7 ‘Galloping Gray Ghost’ works the sidings in an industrial area along I-70 in Denver.
This 61 year old veteran GP7 of the Denver Rock Island Railroad is working The Cut, a ditch with track that connects two industrial areas in north Denver.
Denver Rock Island Railroad's GP7, built in 1951, still generates revenue as it did over a half a century ago by sorting freight in the small industrial yards.
A familiar face (for me) far away from home working where the CRIP once ran.