This genset had been testing in Texas, and was moving north through Colorado.
Outside the new shop building, the guys get to work in good spring weather. This engine is the subject of the cover story in the May 2009 issue of Trains magazine.
Steam specials always bring out the photographers, but this lady was reading a book to the locomotive itself. A crew member gives a curious look as he works around the engine.
These units were recently brought in from the derailment site on the Front Range subdivision.
These units were involved in a malicious derailment in early June 2008, and now awaiting repairs.
Brand new two-unit set on it's way to the TriMet Westside Express Service in Oregon.
On a cold afternoon with UP locomotives 3139 and 3574.
Locomotive is on it's way from Oregon to Alamosa, Colorado. Seen here waiting on a siding just west of the Moffat Tunnel, as an air ambulance lands in the distance.
Wrecked coal cars are lined up out of the way of track repairs. The involved light rail commuter train can be seen in the distance. No serious injuries.
Crews clean up after a derailment from the day before. Several cars of a coal train turned over and caused a light rail train to come off the adjacent track as well.
Heading south to start work grinding the rails, and showing the remnants of the season's first snow.
Working hard eastbound, this Roggen Turn is about a mile out of the Denver yards.
Built for the SSW in March of 1966, it still has traces of SP-style lighting.
A different look for an older locomotive. The cream and green scheme had not included the new logo before.