Amtrak 192 highballs the California Zephyr through Hudson, Colorado.
Amtrak #78 gives a wink and leads the California Zephyr through Keenesburg, Colorado while Mother Nature provides a fiery sunrise.
Rio Grande Southern #20 (Schenectady Locomotive Works 4-6-0) gets a load of water and the crew work out the final details on today's opening run at the Colorado Railroad Museum.
The caboose is connected and its time for the engineer to mount up and take the Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0) to the Colorado Railroad Museum station for the morning's first passenger trip. The... (more)
For the Colorado Railroad Museum their newest pot of gold at the end of the rainbow is Rio Grande Southern No. 20, which ran for the public for the first time today following a 14-year restoration... (more)
The Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado held its public debut of Rio Grande Southern No. 20, culminating a 14-year, $1.5 million restoration for the narrow gauge 4-6-0 built in 1899 by th... (more)
The private car WEBX 800007 (Babbling Brook) was left overnight at Denver's Union Station. When viewed up close you can really appreciate the design and construction of these amazing cars, and jus... (more)
The second of two cars that Amtrak’s California Zephyr brought to Denver was WEBX 800007, a Pullman observation sleeper car that was built by the Budd Company of Philadelphia, PA in 1949. Called ... (more)
One of the private cars Amtrak brought to Denver was WEBX 801044. This dome sleeper was built in July of 1954 by the Budd Company of Philadelphia, PA. It was one of seven identical cars built for... (more)
Under threatening skies, the California Zephyr brought to town two private cars. It has been a long time since we have seen private cars on an Amtrak train. The cars included New York Central Pull... (more)
From this angle one can appreciate the sleek design of the observation coach WEBX 80007 "Babbling Brook". She is a former New York Central Pullman built in 1949 by Budd for the service ... (more)
The private coach WEBX 80007 "Babbling Brook" is a former New York Central Pullman observation coach built in 1949 by Budd for the NYC. It was pulled on the back of the California Zephy... (more)
Amtrak 10 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr past Barr Lake, pulling a special addition to the consist - DOTX 221, a car belonging to the Federal Railroad Administration's Office of Safety.
The California Zephyr emerges from a dense fog bank as it runs at reduced speed through Wiggins, Colorado.
The California Zephyr exits Tunnel 1 with a special guest in tow. The brown car (DOT 221) is the Federal Railroad Administration's Office of Safety car, which is making the journey with the Zephy... (more)