Mother Nature serves up another spectacular golden Colorado sunrise as the California Zephyr passes through the trees east of Keenesburg, Colorado.
BNSF 1879 (SD39-2) and GP39-2 mate strain to pull a cut of cars out of the Denver Yard for sorting.
Sharp eyed viewers will see a variety of 'old school' BNSF paint schemes, including a former Burlington Northern Cascade Green unit, an Executive Grinstein MAC, two Warbonnets, and a number of Her... (more)
It's a good day when you can see a Warbonnet, especially BNSF 709 (Dash9), whose paint has maintained its vibrant red color compared to other Warbonnets that have turned almost pink. Long Live th... (more)
UP 5427 (ES44AC) repositions towards the North Yard in Denver, Colorado after disconnecting from a coal train.
Union Pacific 6791 (AC4400CW) leads a loaded coal train around the corner at Crescent on a sunny Colorado day.
After leaving Denver in the morning, the California Zephyr #5 train runs through Crescent, Colorado, giving riders a view of Gross Reservoir and the snow-capped Rocky Mountains.
The California Zephyr #5 train runs through Keenesburg, Colorado at dawn.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW1500 drops off a string of cars to a customer on Packinghouse Road.
Nearly every north facing surface is covered in snow, thanks to a spring snowstorm with high winds blowing wet, freezing snow through the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado.
A spring snow storm is blowing snow from the north, frosting the noses of BNSF 1652 (SD40-2) and 4158 (Dash9) at the engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado.
D&RGW 683 (2-8-0) was built in 1890 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and is the only surviving D&RGW Railroad standard gauge engine. She sits in the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado.
Executive MAC BNSF 9709 leading the 'Coors Beer Train' passes under Highway 58 as it leaves Golden, Colorado for Denver.
BNSF 6100 (ES44AC) leads a load of oil cans towards Keenesburg, Colorado. Snow from the night before has frosted the tank cars and blanketed the Colorado Front Range.
After BNSF 1625 (SD40-2) back onto a siding, Executive MAC BNSF 9709 moves past with a long freight, taking cars from Golden, Colorado to Denver.