A heavy snowstorm catches BNSF Grinstein 9709 (SD70MAC) pulling a freight from Golden, Colorado to Denver.
BNSF Executive MAC 9709 puts together a train in the Golden, Colorado yard to take to Denver.
Al Blount and old Saint Nick gather for new snow under the guiding light of the Polar Express.
Tending the Fire
Firebox glow lends a hand in casting a mood of real railroading.
Jimmy Booth at the Throttle
Paul and Jimmy handle the operations of the Polar Express.
Hops Time at Coors
Neat hoppers add a neat detail loading of Hops at the Coors elevator in Golden.
BNSF 9709 (Grinstein MAC) gets ready to leave the Golden, Colorado Yard with cars destined for Denver.
Coors C997 (SW1000) brings a cut of hoppers to the east yard and will drop them off at the silo to be filled with more grain for the brewery.
CORX Critter C997 (SW1000) moves a cut of special hopper cars to the silo for another load of grain for the brewery.
In what could be a scene from decades past, an ex-Santa Fe SD40-2 gets ready to set out some cars at a building materials business in Golden, Colorado.
The snow is falling fast as BNSF 9709 (SD70MAC) gets ready to lead the Beer Train from the Coors Brewery in Golden, Colorado to Denver.
Steam wraps around Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0) as it gets ready to pull passenger cars around the grounds of the Colorado Railroad Museum.
Rio Grande Southern #20 (4-6-0) burns some coal as it leads a passenger train towards the depot at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, Colorado.
Rio Grande Southern locomotive #20 (4-6-0) takes a spin on the turntable at the Colorado Railroad Museum.
Union Pacific #4455 is an 0-6-0 built in 1920 by the Lima Locomotive Works and had a long career, having retired from service in 1970.