GLRR 21 (45 Ton) shuffles some passengers cars in Silver Plume so that the train to Georgetown can leave on time. There are multiple runs a day between the two towns.
A 45 ton 'Critter' (no road number visible) holds down the west end of the Georgetown Loop Railroad, which happens to be in Silver Plume, Colorado. Riders can depart the train near Silver Plume a... (more)
A matched pair of BNSF SD70MAC's hold station at the depot in Longmont, Colorado. The depot was built in 1898 by the Colorado and Southern Railroad and now serves as an operations building for th... (more)
As AMTK 189 (P42DC) lead a triple headed California Zephyr through the Denver Yard at slow speed the baggage car and a sleeper car jumped off the rails. Both trucks of the baggage car jumped but ... (more)
AMTK 189 (P42DC) leads a triple headed California Zephyr through the Denver Yard while heading to Denver's Union Station. The trip would stop there however, as the baggage car and a sleeper car j... (more)
Warbonnet 707 leads a freight out of the Denver Yard. I cannot remember the last time I saw a Warbonnet on point. While just a couple years ago it was nearly a daily occurrence seeing Warbonnets... (more)
BNSF 2745 (GP39E) leads a freight into the Denver Yard. This unit started life in 1962 as a GP30 for the Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad.
BNSF 2273 (GP38-2) waits at the engine servicing facility in Denver as other power position for the Denver Yard.
BNSF 1996 (former Burlington Northern SD40-2) muscles a string of freight cars out of the bowl in the Denver Yard.
The workhorse of Amtrak’s California Zephyr has been the GE P42DC engine, also known by the name ‘Genesis’. The engine’s 4,250 horsepower engine has a maximum speed of 110 mph and they were built... (more)
Another former Burlington Northern Cascade Green GP50 which now carries the Heritage III paint scheme.
A good profile shot of BNSF 2768 (GP39E) before the Heritage III repaint.
BNSF 1833 (SD40-2) pulls a cut of freight from the Denver Yard and will slowly sort it back in the yard.
The California Zephyr rounds Big Ten Curve as it heads to Denver.
Former Canadian National - now OmniTRAX OMLX 9522 (PG40-2LW) leads a beer train from the Anheuser Busch brewing facility in Fort Collins, Colorado.