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  1. MIXED SET OF ENGINES

    MIXED SET OF ENGINES

    BNSF CSX NS and BNSF
  2. UP_CARRYING_TURBINE_FANS

    UP_CARRYING_TURBINE_FANS

  3. BNSF-6122-

    BNSF-6122-

  4. UP-4322

    UP-4322

  5. Cog Railway

    Cog Railway

    Front unit of Pikes Peak Cog Railway in Topaz
  6. Big Sky

    Big Sky

    No, it's not Montana, it's Longs Peak siding between Longmont and Berthoud, CO...but a 17mm lens will make any sky look as big as any view in Montana! The Laurel to Denver train chugs slowly to the top of Berthoud Hill at south Longs Peak with BNSF 1122 leading the trio of power. Canon EOS...
  7. Climbing Berthoud Hill

    Climbing Berthoud Hill

    In another shot using my el-cheapo Tamron zoom lens and 1.4x teleconverter, I caught the Laurel To Denver train climbing Berthoud Hill near the north switch of the Longs Peak siding. Canon EOS 5D Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6 + 1.4x converter @ 420mm ISO 800 f/16 1/800s
  8. BNSF 1035 South At Longs Peak, CO

    BNSF 1035 South At Longs Peak, CO

    BNSF 1035 leads a stack train out of the siding at Longs Peak, CO. after a three-way meet with two locals. Canon EOS 20D EF 70-200mm f/4 L @ 200mm ISO 200
  9. Hong Kong Peak Tram

    Hong Kong Peak Tram

  10. Manitou & Pikes Peak RY

    Manitou & Pikes Peak RY

    Another photo from my trip to the Colorado Rail Museum. This is one of the various steam engines that the M&PPRY used to climb to the top of Pike's Peak - a journey from roughly 6000' elevation to 14,110'. The cogged track is visible at the base of the locomotive



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