Colorado & Wyoming Railway GP7 103 was built in December 1951. Over the years it and its brethren had their noses chopped. Sixty-nine years old, and still working for its original owner!
Taken from Amtrak#3 leaving Trinidad,CO. CF&I's CWRY 2002 and 2001 wait while we pass.
After spending an entire day of moving equipment around their small yard tracks, including a shove of the ATSF 2912 further back<... (more)
The friendly crew of the Pueblo Railway Museum bring their GP7 to life and onto the former passenger train tracks as they will soon move equipment around while building the yearly Halloween train.
The sky blue color of an Oregon Steel Mills Thrall gondolas shows the abuse that one expects from a car used to haul either scrap steel or finished products from the famous steel mill in Pueblo.
Numerous flatcars built or modified to carry 80 foot sticks of rail bring up the end of today's Hill Cut local and show off a bowed appearance as their empty bodies await another load of heavy rai... (more)
Renewable Couplers from scrapped railcars head into the BNSF yard where they’ll most likely be sent to a foundry that manufactures this railway component so their metal compositions can be... (more)
An old caboose at the Pueblo Railway Museum.
CW 205 shoves scrap in front of an old ore trestle at RMSM.
CW 205 shoves scrap north at Rocky Mountain Steel. Special thanks to Frank Orona for showing me around Pueblo.
A rare 1951 EMD SW8 switches the Rocky Mountain Steel Mills Plant trackage on a very nice Friday afternoon. This is the former CF&I Plant.
This Colorado & Wyoming Bicentennial GP7 looks great in the morning light on the shortest day of the year.
Still looking like it just came from the factory, this GP7 basks in the morning light at the Pueblo Railway Museum.
C&W SW8 210 was built in March, 1952, b/n 15940. That's Pikes Peak in the background. Kodak ISO 200 print, Leica M3, Summicron 50mm f2