Officers of the BN wanted to see some of the D&RGW so they brought their own inspection cars — a full length dome, a diner and a power car. It has just passed through 6.2-mile long Moffat Tunnel ... (more)
On a cold morning in Tolland, CO, an patched Southern Pacific AC4400CW leads two more Union Pacific units on the North Yard, CO to Phippsburg, CO manifest. Note the Union Pacific lettering on the ... (more)
The fading red nose of Southern Pacific GE AC4400CW No. 266 on an eastbound coal train can’t compete with the bright autumn aspens at Tolland, Colorado, on September 16, 2004.
A three hour late Amtrak #5 races up the grade through the canyon along South Boulder Creek between Rollinsville and Tolland. Passengers over the past week have been treated to spectacular fall co... (more)
During the peak of autumn color at Tolland, Colorado, on October 2, 2008, westbound Union Pacific MNYRO rumbles west with eight locomotives. Two EMD SD70Ms leads a GE AC4400CW, a EMD SD9043MAC and... (more)
Amtrak P42 #11 is seen leading the westbound California Zephyr #5 at Tolland - 19/09/2014
Union Pacific AC4400 5697 is seen leading an eastbound loaded coal train downgrade from the Moffat Tunnel at Tolland, Colorado - 19/09/2014
An eastbound mixed freight follows South Boulder Creek through the Tolland area.
A Coleto Creek bound coal train passes through Tolland on Rio Grande's Moffat Route. If my memory serves me correctly this train pretty consistently saw BN power. Pool power wasn't very common on ... (more)
With a snowy Continental Divide in the background, Union Pacific’s manifest freight from Salt lake City to Denver departs Tolland, Colorado, on September 25, 2000. Leading the train is what we use... (more)
The Continental Divide is still cloaked in white on April 26, 2000, as an eastbound Union Pacific coal train descends out of Tolland Colorado. A pair of GE AC4400CWs lead the train, with Chicago a... (more)
The DPU's on this empty coal train bring up the rear as the train follows along side South Boulder Creek just east of Tolland, CO on July 18, 2012.
The late afternoon sun lights up this westbound empty coal train from Chiles, KY that is going through the canyon between Rollinsville and Tolland along South Boulder Creek.
UP 1988 painted in the M-K-T Heritage scheme eases down the 2% grade with the Eastbound Salt Lake City to Denver manifest train as storm clouds roll over the Continental Divide in the background.
A Palos, AL bound load eases down through Tolland while meeting an empty heading back to the mines.