A pair of GEs lead BNSF's Provo-Denver manifest into the approach to Gore Canyon above the white water of the upper Colorado River. An EMD DPU provides assistance for trek over the continental div... (more)
BNSF's Provo-Denver manifest snakes through the steep and rugged Gore Canyon on the upper Colorado River as the morning's snow storm recedes. Though the canyon is short (approx. 3 miles), its wall... (more)
Rio Grande Train 138 leaves the more open land at Azure and enters a narrow shelf as it dives into the narrow confines of Gore Canyon, Colorado.
Dwarfed by its surroundings, Amtrak Train 5, the California Zephyr, works its way west through the confines of Gore Canyon, Colorado.
The Rio Grande Zephyr tiptoes along a narrow shelf as it exits Gore Canyon and proceeds to Azure.
Of all the canyons traversed by the Rio Grande Zephyr, Gore Canyon was arguably the most spectacular. Viewed from Inspiration Point, Train 17 threads through 60-foot-long Tunnel 40, the shortest b... (more)
With four SD-40T-2’s eastbound D&RGW 5411 enters dramatic Gore Canyon on June 9, 1980 where UP Chairman Edward Harriman thought he was going to build a dam on the Colorado River in the early 1900’... (more)
A 13 car California Zephyr passes through Tunnel 38 in Gore Canyon on a clear May day in 1985
The overhead slide detector fences are ever vigilant as eastbound Rio Grande Zephyr Train 18 negotiates one of the most rugged canyons in Colorado — awesome Gore Canyon. The canyon was named aft... (more)
What became America's sweetheart as a holdout from joining Amtrak, D&RGW's westbound "Rio Grande Zephyr" was just doing its thing delighting passengers in remote and rugged Gore Canyon, Colo. on ... (more)
SP 378 heads into a tunnel in Gore Canyon
SP 378 leads this UP coal train through Gore Canyon, taken from Inspiraton Point
SP 378 leads this UP coal train through Gore Canyon