A very surprising CSX 70MAC makes an appearance in the 4695 foot above sea level city of Pueblo as it leads a freight train into Pueblo Junction and east towards La Junta.
A very clean and colorufl looking Cascade Green SD40-2 is about to glide through the switches at Pueblo Junction with loads destined for the old CF&I rail mill. A fitting end to a great week in P... (more)
With today's work complete, the Steel Mill local rounds the curve underneath Main Street and is about to pass the Union Station as a UP empty hopper train is seen coming off of the Walsenburg Subd... (more)
Another load of Black Diamonds prepares to pound the switches of Pueblo Junction as this train moves from the Pikes Peak sub and onto the Pueblo sub for the journey east towards La Junta.
Home Sweet Home BNSF 1978 started out life as Colorado & Southern 996 in Feb. 1974 and now returns back to home rails as it leads today's Hill Cut to work a familiar customer in that of th... (more)
The early morning light captures a loaded Continuous Welded Rail train about to enter Pueblo Junction as it passes underneath I-25.
This mixed freight has just come off of the Spanish Peaks subdivision and will set off its trailing unit in BNSF's Pueblo Yard as well as a few cars. The tracks to the right are the former D&RGW w... (more)
A sometimes rare to see loaded coal train of only BNSF Railway owned coal gondolas is about to rock and roll its way across the former D&RGW mainline and into Pueblo Junction as it heads towards L... (more)
The DPUs of this coal train smile for the camera as they help to push another load of coal through Pueblo on its way to a power plant. The tracks to the right are part of UP's Walker Yard.
Another train of black diamonds, lead by two clean looking GEVOs, snakes its way around the former Union Depot passenger tracks which are now used to display equipment for the Pueblo Railway Museu... (more)
A loaded coal train makes its way through Pueblo as a motorist wastes no time in crossing the tracks.
An empty autorack train makes its way underneath the Union Avenue overpass with the Union Depot and Pikes Peak in the background.
With their signal to enter Pueblo Junciton, this loaded coal train starts moving while a pair of transients gather wood and cross in front of the train, impervious to its movement.
A long mixed freight with a variety of paint schemes, winds its way out of the Pueblo yard past the numerous historical pieces that call the Pueblo Train Museum home.
More black diamonds make their way south on another gorgeous Colorado morning.