It's hard to find a more picturesque setting, than where Leadville Colorado & Southern GP9 1918 is positioned in the yard. This is before 1918 had it's nose chopped. Also by the engine house you c... (more)
Tourist Railroad Leadville Colorado & Southern chop nose GP 1714 is nearing departure. As the passengers begin to climb on board. Leadville is a town that resides at over 10,000 ft.
Three Southern Pacific locomotives Elephant style. Make their along Colorado's Joint Line.
It's an F45 fest on the Utah Railway helper set. Two SD40's sandwich F45 5525 (MKM leaser) Utah Railway 9013 and MKM 5527 another leaser. A pretty cool day to be chasing the Utah.
This train has quite the variety in the Wyoming coal fields. CNW 8596 C44-9W, CNW 5031 SD40-2, UP 6100 SD60M, and UP 9536 C41-9W.
The upstart Wyoming Colorado Railroad has brought in former Alaska F units, and a fleet of passenger cars. To operate the former Union Pacific branch south of Laramie, Wyoming. The FP7's are lease... (more)
Utah Railway quartet of SD40's 9011 9002 9007 9001 haul another load of coal, through the Price and Spanish Fork Canyon's.
Back when Union Pacific 3985 was a coal burner. Showing off her beauty on Sherman Hill.
Time to go to work. The local has pulled off the Shafter Subdivision main, and onto the Ellerbeck Industrial Lead. The salt evaporation ponds are providing a nice reflection shot for these two SD4... (more)
With a fresh layer of snow on the ground. The Evanston Subdivision is a happening place on a Saturday morning.
DD40X 6935 pulls the Wimmer Engineering Special on the Ogden Subdivision.
A little hooped up B truck GE B36-7 is out in front of two SF30C's with an EMD on the rear. Consist on the Santa Fe could be interesting.
Unfortunately won't get the opportunity to see this sight again. Five units up front and seven pushing, as a Utah Railway coal train navigates the Price River Canyon. At least I have my pictures, ... (more)
Utah Railway 5005 and companions emerge from one of the Kyune tunnels.
After many tries. We finally were able to catch the Apache running in May of 1992. Back when they wore the silver and blue paint scheme.