The Wyoming and Colorado was a fascinating railroad. Especially the way the line would loop back and forth to gain elevation. It made for some good exercise for the photographer climbing the hill... (more)
I'm grateful for the memories and the photo's. Because that's all that's left of the the Wyoming and Colorado operation. All you find at this location now is abandon road bed, the tracks are torn ... (more)
Wyoming and Colorado's FP7's as they looked when the first started running on the branch. Eventually the paint job was enhance a bit with black stripes, down the sides. The Mountain Diesel was cha... (more)
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)
In an insanely rare move that I've only caught once in my twelve years of railfanning (this time), we see the sole active unit on the Oregon Eastern division of the Wyoming and Colorado Railroad, ... (more)
Wyoming Colorado's pair of FP7's haul a load of tourist on an early summer day.
They Wyoming Colorado was a neat little tourist operation. The line was pretty impressive the train is climbing the hill in an S loop. The FP7 1512 and 1510 were leased from Mountain Diesel. They ... (more)
Wyoming and Colorado FP-7 1510 (ex Alaska) switches in the yard as GP-7 1608, still in TP&W colors stands by.