The California Zephyr passes through Coal Creek Canyon on its way into the Colorado Rocky Mountains and the Moffat Tunnel, and it is pulling a private business car called New York Central 3. The ... (more)
There are two huge wildfires currently burning on Colorado's western slope and the smoke is helping to create some amazing sunrises. Here the California Zephyr has passed through Akron, Colorado ... (more)
The Georgetown Loop Railroad's #40 (a Baldwin 2-8-0) runs tender forward over the Devil's Gate Trestle with a variety of period cars. Below you can see the parking lot which give you a sense of ho... (more)
The train facilities for the Georgetown Loop Railroad are located in Silver Plume. The 40 minute, 4.7 mile journey sees the train climb through dense trees 640 vertical feet to Silver Plume. Here ... (more)
One of the steam engines operated by the Georgetown Loop Railroad is an ex Guatemala Railway 2-8-0 built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1920. It is seen here passing over the Devils Gate Trestle,... (more)
The Georgetown Loop Railroad uses a variety of steam and diesel engines to run between Georgetown and Silver Plume. The trains pass over the Devils Gate Trestle, a nine story high structure origi... (more)
BNSF 5930 (ES44AC) shoves an empty train to the east as a bright and colorful sunrise washes the farm fields with an orange glow.
Amtrak #192 (P42DC) leads the California Zephyr through the scenic mountain valley of Tolland, Colorado as it makes its way to the Moffat Tunnel.
The California Zephyr races the sun as it highballs through Wiggins, Colorado, on its way to the Mile High City.
Amtrak #10 is leading the California Zephyr into Keenesburg, Colorado at dawn, hoping to make Denver's Union Station by the target time of 7:00 am.
The pink sunrise slowly transitions to blue as Amtrak #15 leads the California Zephyr past a calm Barr Lake.
A beautiful Colorado sunrise bids hello to the passengers and crew of the California Zephyr as it heads towards Denver, Colorado
Amtrak 192 highballs the California Zephyr through Hudson, Colorado.
Amtrak #78 gives a wink and leads the California Zephyr through Keenesburg, Colorado while Mother Nature provides a fiery sunrise.
Rio Grande Southern #20 (Schenectady Locomotive Works 4-6-0) gets a load of water and the crew work out the final details on today's opening run at the Colorado Railroad Museum.