One of the gems in the collection of the Colorado Railroad Museum is the Denver & Rio Grande Western 346, a 2-8-0 locomotive built built by Baldwin in 1881 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1935 ... (more)
BNSF 1993 (SD40-2) was built for the Colorado & Southern in 1979 and can be found today assembling cars for the Coors beer train in Golden, Colorado. When you operate in one of the top 10 healthi... (more)
A pair of MAC's wait in the small BNSF yard in Golden for an assignment.
Here we see some of the vintage rolling stock owned by the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado. Denver Leadville & Gunnison No. 191, built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1880, is out... (more)
BNSF 1993 (SD40-2) works a small yard in Golden, Colorado. The yard is close the foothills, which always reminds me of a model railroad layout.
The very first minutes of sunrise catches the crew of BNSF 1826 (SD40-2) as they get an early start on working the small yard in Golden, Colorado. The low angle of the sun makes the Heritage I pa... (more)
After the yard crew finishes assembling a train in the small yard in Golden, Colorado, the MAC's will take the train to Denver.
The BNSF team finalize plans before Exec MAC 9709 moves across the road and begins assembling a train in the small yard in Golden, Colorado.
BNSFs Golden local rolls past the Colorado Railroad museum just outside of Golden Colorado.
on a warm Wednesday afternoon, Denver & Rio Grande Western 346 sits steamed up outside the roundhouse at the CRRM.
A matched set of exec MAC's pull the beer train from the Coors Brewery plant in Golden, Colorado.
The yard crew catches a ride on BNSF 1579 (SD40-2) as it pulls another cut of cars which will be assembled for a freight headed to Denver.
BNSF 1579 (SD40-2) takes a freight to the BNSF yard in Golden, Colorado.
The Manitou and Pikes Peak Railway operated cog trains from the base in Colorado Springs to the 14,110 foot summit of Pikes Peak. A complete tear out and reconstruction of the cog line began in M... (more)
DRGW 683 is the only surviving Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad standard gauge engine. This 2-8-0 was built in 1890 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and ran freight in southern Colorado.