A BN manifest train just left Lynn siding south of Aguilar. It rolls north towards Pueblo.
A thunderstorm creates a doomsday mood south of Aguilar. A BN coal train rolls south towards Trinidad. Lynn siding is visible with a northbound train waiting.
DRGW 3105 leads an eastbound manifest up the western grade of Tennessee pass.
A westbound Rio Grande manifest drops down the western grade of Tennessee Pass. The s-curve at Mitchell was a popular photo spot, easily accessible via Highway 24.
A consist, including the leading GP30, GP40 3010 and the ex Rio Grande Zephyr F9 A/B set picks up some cars on the Leadville branch.
After their "careers" in the Rio Grande Zephyr ended, the Rio Grande F-Units could be found in freight service. A F9 A/B set is shunting at Leadville on the branch from Malta.
DRGW 3082 leads an eastbound manifest uphill into Belden siding. A downhill helper set waits on the track along the Eagle Mine. View from Highway 24 high above.
An eastbound Rio Grande manifest pauses at Minturn before climbing the steep grade to Tennessee Pass.
A westbound SP stack train climbes towards the summit of Stein's hill.
The westbound Sunset Limited pauses at El Paso.
A westbound Santa Fe manifest charges uphill out of Seligman.
ATSF 5655 painted in pre 1972 color scheme leads a westbound manifest through Winona.
An eastbound Santa Fe stack train enters the west end of Kingman Canyon.
An eastbound Santa Fe TOFC train climbs through Kingman Canyon along the canyon's walls.
Basin is a remote place at the eastern end of Afton Canyon. The head light of a westbound coal train could be seen in the distance before it crossed the dried-up Mojave River at Basin.