The California Zephyr's morning #5 train out of Denver runs towards Big Ten Curve as it heads into the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. It will climb in elevation and double back on the... (more)
Its always a good day with you can find a working Bluebonnet.
BNSF 2854 (GP39-2) crosses the South Platte River late in the day as the team works to sort cars in the Denver Yard.
The last spot to shoot the BNSF freight with the BC Rail engine was at Nixon, Colorado, as it ran over a wooden bridge spanning an arroyo.
After running through Greenland, Colorado with a mixed freight, the train was spotted again going through the winding curves just east of Palmer Lake.
One of the Denver Rock Island Railroad's newest additions is DRIR 88, a former Mount Hood GP9.
UP 8778 (SD70ACe) leads long military train through Nixon, Colorado.
BNSF 7795 (ES44DC) leads a long string of auto rack cars through Nixon, Colorado on the Joint Line.
After running through Greenland, Palmer Lake and Monument, Colorado, the BNSF freight with the BC Rail helper showed up in Colorado Springs.
The BNSF got help from a BC Rail unit on an early morning freight running through Greenland, Colorado.
A BNSF GEO train runs southbound on the Joint Line towards Sedalia, Colorado.
UP 5580 (C44ACCTE) leads an empty string of flat cars through Larkspur, Colorado.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW8 makes a run towards an industrial area in north Denver, Colorado.
Amtrak engine 69 leads the California Zephyr through Little Ten Curve and will soon enter Big Ten Curve as it gains elevation climbing into the foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
BNSF 8117 (ES44C4) leads a GEO train through Palmer Lake, Colorado.
A heavy lashup of BNSF power was needed for this long grain train running through Westminster, Colorado