The California Zephyr 5 train meets an idling BNSF freight at Rocky, Colorado as it begins the journey up the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
UP 6454 (AC4400CW) leads a Union Pacific passenger train through the Big Ten Curve on the Moffat Tunnel Sub
UP 6454 (AC4400CW) leads a Union Pacific passenger train special through Little Ten Curve at is heads down the Moffat Tunnel Sub towards Denver, Colorado.
With the destination of the skyline of Denver, Colorado in the upper left, UP 6454 (AC4400CW) leads an officer's special through Big Ten Curve as comes down the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
UP 6789 (AC4400CW) runs through Rocky, Colorado as it heads towards Denver.
Bringing up the rear of Amtrak’s 10-car California Zephyr is heavyweight private car Santa Fe No. 33, the “Redwood Empire,” built by Pullman in 1923 for the Santa Fe as business car No. 33. ... (more)
Amtrak’s eastbound California Zephyr descends on the two percent grade of the Moffat Tunnel route after rounding Big 10 Curve between Eisele and Rocky, Colorado, on the afternoon of May 4, 2018.... (more)
Dense fog and snow nearly hide the California Zephyr as it runs through Rocky, Colorado.
The City of Denver in the upper left of the photo is the destination for a BNSF freight which is navigating through Big Ten Curve at Rocky, Colorado.
BNSF 3784 (ES44C4) leads a freight through Little Ten Curve at Rocky, Colorado.
The California Zephyr gets by with a little help from their Union Pacific friends. UP 5518 (C45ACCTE) leads the Zephyr with a single P42 and two new Chargers in tow.
UP 5518 (C45ACCTE) leads the California Zephyr #6 through the signals at Rocky, Colorado.
The California Zephyr drops into Rocky, Colorado while running west on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
The California Zephyr gets ready to enter Little Ten Curve as it begins the climb on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
A BNSF freight enters the Big Ten Curve at Rocky, Colorado as it climbs the grade going west on the Moffat Tunnel Sub.