Denver & Rio Grande Western's Rio Grande Zephyr is making it's station stop and crew change at Grand Jct., Colorado. Date is not known. Scanned from a color print.
DRGW 5771 basks in the sun of a crisp clear day as the former BNSF/ATSF Delhi wigwag sits in its final place. It has a push button so guests can watch it in action for a brief moment.
The F9 A/B set at CRRM
Beautiful oldie at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden.
It's a winter scene as the eastbound Zephyr navigates the Price River Canyon. (Tom Ellis photo).
The aerodynamic shape of the Colorado Railroad Museum's Denver and Rio Grande Western 5771 (F9A) gives a clue to the years of pulling passenger trains between Denver and Utah.
On board of the D&RGW Zephyr after sunset
After westbound train 17 arrived at Grand Junction, the trainset was turned to become the next day's train 18. Available light plus fill flash from Tom B., Dave B., Neal P. and others caught a ni... (more)
D&RGW Zephyr leaving Coal creek Canyon en route to Moffat tunnel. Note the hard working F's (Diesel dust). Shot by train.
The bast paint scheme on the face of any F9A
The Colorado Railroad Museum's DRGW 5771 (F9A) still looks like it could lead the Rio Grande Zephyr through the Moffat Tunnel Sub.
Denver & Rio Grande Western F9A 5771 is seen basking in the sun at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden, CO.
Making its final run to Denver, the Rio Grande Zephyr passes through Debeque Canyon, Colorado.
The final eastbound Rio Grande Zephyr waits for departure time at Grand Junction Colorado. All six domes are part of the consist for this momentous occasion.