Union Pacific MNYPV has just entered the magnificent Byers Canyon just west of Hot Sulphur Springs, CO.
Pulling westbound BNSF No. 3915 winds through Byers Canyon in the Rocky Mountain High Country.
In the high country of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, BNSF No..3915 with a Mixed Manifest follows the Colorado River westbound.
AMTK 174 & 50 head California Zephyr from Chicago (IL) to Emeryville (CA) through Byers Canyon.
Moving east under the protection of a near continuous stretch of slide fence and an assist from UP 6533, Amtrak #6 is rolling upgrade through Byers Canyon just west of Hot Sulphur Springs.
The California Zephyr snakes its way through Byers Canyon
A westbound BNSF mixed manifest rolls through Byers Canyon in the high country of the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
A new Tier 4 GE leads a long BNSF manifest freight eastbound through Byers Canyon as the sun breaks out from behind the snow clouds that just finished dumping about 6-8" of the white stuff on... (more)
Snaking through Byers Canyon. This is a good warmup for Gore Canyon and Glenwood Canyon, both to come over the next couple hours.
The California Zephyr snakes through Byers Canyon, which still has remnants of winter. Bringing up the rear is Union Pacific Dynanometer UPP 210.
The California Zephyr snakes through Byers Canyon, which still has remnants of winter. The train is almost two hours late, but to make up for it, is sporting a Union Pacific Mobile ... (more)
On the ride with DRGW Zephyr 17
A coal train loaded west of Steamboat Springs on the Craig Branch rolls through Byers Canyon alongside beside the Colorado River as it approaches Hot Sulfur Springs on its eastward journey.
BNSF's daily Denver to Provo trackage rights manifest train rolls downgrade along the Colorado River through Byers Canyon. This location is just a couple of miles west of the town of Hot Sulphur S... (more)