"Plain-face" Grinstein painted #9615 leads Norfolk Southern #8027 on an Eastbound loaded Oil train.
Canadian Pacific #8799 is the rear DP on a Westbound BNSF loaded Sand train, seen between the sidings of Westwater and Agate.
Heading South down the N. Fork Branch and along the Gunnison River, UP 7237 leads an empty coal train heading to the W. Elk mine which is located at the end of this line. The Grand Mesa is seen in... (more)
The Potash Local is returning Eastbound on the Cane Creek Branch near the old siding of Lee. The snow covered La Sal Mountains dominate in the background.
The Minturn Local has just cleared the yard at Grand Jct. and "pours it on" as it accelerates Eastbound, heading towards Lacy.
The Friday only Potash Local makes its way Eastbound on the Cane Creek Branch near the Corona Arch trail head. The Colorado River is seen in the background.
A pair of KCSM engines are leading this Westbound empty BNSF Oil train on UP trackage rights as it approaches Grand Jct.
The Westbound Potash Local heads through Bootlegger Canyon on the Cane Creek Branch. Corona Arch is seen in the background.
BNSF #7424 leads on this Westbound Intermodal train as it heads into Caliente early in the morning.
Southern Pacific SD40T-2 #8530 still wears the SPSF merger scheme as it leads a Westbound light helper set into Caliente. The consist includes a pair of former Missouri Pacific SD40's, now Paducah... (more)
Union Pacific #8936 leads the hot Westbound LATC to Lathrop Z-train over Tehachapi Creek at the East switch at Rowen.
Santa Fe #3407, a remanufactured GP39-2 (the ex-3644) leads an eight unit consist Westbound at the East switch at Rowen.
Union Pacific #2167 is on the point of the once-a-week Potash Local as it follows along the Colorado River on the Cane Creek Branch. This engine was originally the UP #6012.
Union Pacific SD60 #6012 leads a Westbound manifest train on #3 track just West of Cheyenne near Wycon in February of 1990. This engine today currently carries the number UP #2167.
The Potash local heads Eastbound on the Cane Creek Branch at the crossing with the Corona Arch trail.