A pair of foreign tourists draws a crowd! Visiting Kansas City Southern SD70ACe's 4187 and 4052 head West on Union Pacific's Moffat Tunnel line out of Denver as a trio of on lookers snap some pict... (more)
Five Rio Grande SD40T-2's pull a set of brand new Rio Grande coal cars out of the Pueblo yard heading to the CF&I Steel Mill.
Montana Rail Link 402 and 213 head East on the Spokane to Missoula train and meet the Westbound #195 train that is led by LMX B39-8 8584.
A pair of flagless Union Pacific engines head South towards Denver with a train of Windmill blades.
BNSF 9123 fights the final stretch of uphill track as it nears the summit of the grade at Palmer Lake. Main #2 can be seen right above the train.
The plain blue GECX Demonstrator engines continue to be used on BNSF coal trains as seen by the GECX 2041 lading a set of empties Northbound on the Joint Line.
UP 1989 leads a heavy N. Platte to La Salle manifest train Southbound into Nunn.
The Rio Grande Heritage engine traverses the East leg of the wye at Speer Jct. and heads South down the Greeley Sub.
The old steam engine era Water tank stands besides Mains #3 and #4 in the back... (more)
Rio Grande Heritage pays a visit to the Centennial State as it travels along the Centennial Highway (Hwy 85) at Ault as it heads South.
The Southern Pacific Heritage painted engine heads East at E. Portal
WAMX 4155, an ex-UP-originally D&RGW SD40T-2 and WAMX 3516, a GP35 lettered for the Palouse River & Coulee City rest at the Swan Ranch facility just outside of Cheyenne.
Union Pacific 1996, the SP painted Heritage engine heads Eastbound down the ex-D&RGW Moffat Tunnel line with an all EMD consist.
BNSF's Provo, UT to Denver, CO trackage rights train snakes Eastbound down the Mofat Tunnel line. It is passing a UP maintenance of way truck at Blue Mtn. crossing.
Late in the evening, new BNSF 3937 heads South with a unit train of empty Cement hoppers.
KCS 4172 South crosses the bridge over the Arkansas River. The train picked up three local engines at Watts (2958, 2968, 1914) and will drop them off at Heavener