A coal empty rolls downgrade along the Colorado River in this scene from 2008.
Amtrak's WB California Zephyr climbs past Clay siding as a UP loaded coal train restarts its journey downhill to Denver at Rocky siding. Both trains are roughly 1.5 to 2 miles apart at this poin... (more)
It is the last day of summer, but it looks as if autumn has been around for a little while as this UP manifest heads west out of Granby.
UP's lone operating Centennial diesel has no trouble pulling this passenger special upgrade along the Colorado River.
The California Zephyr is westbound, zipping by the Colorado River on the Dotsero Cutoff. Spring is trying to gain a foothold in these parts...
Three Amtrak engines pull the westbound Grand Luxe passenger special over the Colorado River on this cloudy and wet day.
I think I hiked high enough to get this birds-eye view of an eastbound UP coal train alongside the Colorado River...
Three BNSF engines in the front and one in the back take this frosty-looking consist through South Canyon. The leading engines have a bit of snow on them due to the Denver blizzard a day earlier.... (more)
These 7 BNSF engines sure have a way of brightening up a winter landscape. This train is departing the bowels of Glenwood Canyon and making way for Denver.
Amtrak's California Zephyr parallels Interstate 70 and the Colorado River on its way towards its next stop in Glenwood Springs.