From the large rock east of Crescent looking west towards the Great Divide still wrapped in the remnants of the previous nights Spring snow storm an eastbound Union Pacific manifest is making its ... (more)
The remnants of the previous days winter storm, the “Bomb Cyclone” that ravaged the Midwest and the mountain states in March of 2019 leaves a beautiful evening glint on Amtrak’s California Zephyr ... (more)
BNSF sand is rounding the super elevated Westminster Curve with venerable Warbonnet BNSF 785 in the lead into the last moments of sun on a winters evening.
Only on Wednesdays, the Rocky Local is creeping through the weeds of high plains and some ranching relics of bygone era along the branch to Bestway Concrete.
A BNSF manifest is moving through Rollinsville, CO among the vibrant colorful Fall color. East Portal road isolates to my subject in the frame.
Loaded coal hustles over the fill at Barr Lake State Park. Stormy skies have given way to a happy sun filled ending.
A BNSF manifest is coming through tunnel 3 on the Flatiron Range near Boulder County on the Moffat Tunnel Subdivision. Geometry and geology measured in an axiom of angles converge on a tangent thr... (more)
Amtrak California Zephyr train 6 is in the homes stretch for Denver Union Station east of Plain. The Denver skyline is prominently on display on this vibrant evening in April 2018.
Spring snow in the mountains can mean several feet. March traditionally is Colorado’s snowiest month and on this March 19-20th was no exception to the rule. The Moffat Tunnel Subdivision was plagu... (more)
The westbound MNYGJ is winding its way between big and little Gore Canyon near Radium, CO.
In an answered prayer, Union Pacific #5617 leads the MGJNY through East Portal on a clash of the seasons kind of morning. Working the Moffat 4 out of a 7 day week from September through October wi... (more)
Morning light fills the sky with color and punctuates the reflections on Barr Lake.
Spring snow is in full grip of the Moffat Tunnel Subdivision on this early morning blue hour in April, 2020. This eastbound BNSF manifest is rolling through the horseshoe at Coal Creek, CO.
Emerging from a very characteristically high country winter days ground blizzard; BNSF #8052 is leading the Lincoln to Provo manifest through Tolland, CO.
Southbound loaded coal rolls over the Larkspur, Colorado bridge over Carpenter Creek and Spruce Mountain Road on the Joint Line. Stormy skies and superb storm light fill the region.