This B30-7a suffered a seized traction motor and was set out at Keenesburg, the next day the crew from Denver came out with a crane and replaced the wheelset so it could be hauled to Denver for re... (more)
In 1995 UP was so short of power that they pressed their heritage E8's into regular freight service between Cheyenne and Denver. Usually, a regular loco led, but on this day it was a pure E unit l... (more)
The ski train is about to depart with the two cleanest locos that North Yard could find, soon after its departure the westbound California Zephyr will arrive and one of the F 40's will be attached... (more)
Two brand new MK5000Cs prepare to depart North Yard for a test run up the Moffat road with the SP dynamometer car.
It's hard to believe that inside this carbody is a 20 cylinder EMD, basically an SD45 built in Sweden by Sweden's EMD license holder NOHAB. The big EMD was attaching some passenger cars whilst a s... (more)
Journeys end for The Melbourne to Adelaide overnight train "The Overland" hauled by two ALCOs
The westbound "California Zephyr" crawls through Gore canyon.
Westbound BN freight passes over the impressive bridge over Two Medicine River. The barn in the foreground would have to be the most photographed barn in North America!
A northbound empty coal train arrives Denver. Time was running out for the older GE's on BN's roster, in a couple of years scenes like this would be history thanks to the flood of SD70MAC's that t... (more)
This was the first visit to Denver of the first BNSF merger scheme so the local railfans were out in force chasing this train from the Kansas border into Denver.
Two brand new C44-9W's head a southbound coal load through Bill, Wyoming. I still shiver to recall how cold it was when I took this photo!
A westbound Amtrak (Maple leaf?) departs the old Amtrak depot in East Syracuse which is now demolished. I believe the yard area is what was left of De Witt yard.
Late running Westbound Amtrak arrives Sacramento with a host railroad loco up front.
The morning Burnie to Hobart goods is seen crossing a river at Deloraine in Tasmania's north.