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)
BNSF 1579 (SD40-2) passes through Arvada with a freight destined for Golden, Colorado.
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.
A pair of MAC's work the East Yard in Longmont, Colorado.
UP 7446 splits two trains waiting for the green light to head up to the Colorado Rocky Mountains via the Moffat Tunnel.
Commuter rail RTD 4028 (Hyundai Eagle P3) makes the turn on the newly opened G-Line, which connects downtown Denver with the suburbs of Olde Town Arvada, Arvada Ride and Wheat Ridge, Colorado
BNSF 1579 (SD40-2) scoots past one of the few remaining AT&SF painted cabooses still on the active roster.
Executive MAC BNSF 9621 has just dropped off a freight into the BNSF's yard in Longmont, Colorado.
The Colorado Railroad Museum has restored DRGW 5401 (SD40-T2) to her true heritage, having removed any UP patches or decals. With the correct number boards and numbering on the side of the cab, i... (more)
BNSF 1653 (SD40-2) pulls a load of trailers past the BNSF Intermodel Facility in Denver, Colorado.
Executive BNSF 9822 has point duty on a coal train running through Denver, Colorado.
A pair of Executive MACs cross the Cache La Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado.
BNSF 7211 (ES44DC) backs into the BNSF's North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado to lash up with a string of sand hoppers.
A pair of Executive MACs get ready to leave the BNSF's Denver Yard. There are seemingly enough Grinstein MAC's back in service that you might get lucky and find two or three lashed together.
Lots to see on this day at the BNSF engine servicing facility, including visitors from the north (Canadian National), south (Ferromex) and east (Norfolk Southern).