Pueblo Railyard


I offered to take my wife one of her bead haunts down in Pueblo recently. Since that bead store is near the Pueblo Railyard, I usually take my camera with me when we go there. The low fence against the car park is good for train photography. One end is sort of open, but I try not to wander around there too much; I’m never too sure where the line between “curious pedestrian” and “criminal trespass” is at that end of the yard. But there’s a great bridge that spans the width of the yard, so that gives me a lot of options if I’m willing to walk a bit for the shots. I usually am.

Some of the engines featured are: CSX 5353 (GE ES44DC), Union Pacific 5107 (EMD SD70M), BNSF 3770 (GE ET44C4).


One thought on “Pueblo Railyard

  1. Carol Reamy

    I did not know I liked trains so much but I absolutely LOVE these pictures. They actually remind me of an event from my childhood–something I hadn’t thought about in a long time. Its a beautiful collection, Matt.


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