In the late afternoon sunlight, Amtrak's eastbound California Zephyr crawls through the horseshoe curve in Coal Creek Canyon, CO on the UP Moffat Tunnel Subdivision on July 14th, 2018. The train w... (more)
Three pulling and two pushing. BNSF 9054 (SD70ACe) leads an oil can train through Big Ten Curve as it drops in grade following its journey through the Colorado Rockies.
Amtrak No. 6, the eastbound California Zephyr, slinks along the Colorado River through Little Gore Canyon west of Azure, Colorado, on August 21, 2014.
In the late afternoon sunlight and scorching hot temperatures, Amtrak’s three hour late westbound California Zephyr rolls along the banks of the Colorado River at Shoshone Siding near Glenwood Spr... (more)
In the heat of the afternoon, Amtrak’s eastbound California Zephyr snakes through the Rocky Mountains near Dotsero, CO on June 22nd, 2018.
Amtrak 207 leads the California Zephyr through tunnel #1 as it descends towards Rocky, Colorado and the Big Ten Curve.
Amtrak 207 leads the California Zephyr through the Big Ten Curve as it leaves the Rocky Mountains and heads to Denver.
BNSF's Denver-Provo manifest led by BNSF ES44C4 No. 8134 continues to climb the grade west through Rollinsville, Colorado on June 24, 2018.
UP 2559 (ES44AC) leads an empty coal train up the steep grade from Rocky, Colorado to Tunnel #1.
A westbound Union Pacific empty coal train works its way upgrade thru Tunnel 29. The train is approaching Pinecliffe, Colorado. The train has been steadily climbing along South Boulder Creek sin... (more)
Westbound on time California Zephyr near Tunnel 1 on the Moffat Route.
On the morning of June 23, 2001, a summer edition of the Rio Grande Ski Train climbs the two-percent grade in “South Draw” between Tunnels 16 and 17 east of Crescent, Colorado.
The California Zephyr crosses over Coal Creek Canyon Road as it heads into the Rocky Mountains and towards the Moffat Tunnel
The California Zephyr makes the steep climb up to tunnel number 1 as it heads into the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Notice one of the cars still carries the colorful Winter Park Ski Train wrap.
Under the watchful eyes of a group of cows, an oil can train doubles back on itself as it drops in grade through the Big 10 Curve near Rocky, Colorado.