The Moffat Tunnel
Modern-Day Professional Photography of The Moffat Tunnel
“When the Moffat Tunnel opened in 1928, despite the known parsimonious typographical error on the portals of each side of the tunnel, the Rollins Pass rail line began to fall into disrepair. It did not take long for the Moffat Tunnel to prove its reliability and expediency; the interior was weather agnostic, and the journey took 12 minutes in darkness to travel under the Continental Divide.” (description of The Moffat Tunnel, Rollins Pass, page 83)
Track the centennial of the construction and opening of the Moffat Tunnel!
Our five-year story begins in earnest later this summer exclusively on this Facebook page and concludes February 26, 2028—the opening ceremony centennial of the Moffat Tunnel. We’ll share never-before-seen imagery, video, and items—along with stories and perhaps some special guests along the way as well.
The Corona Station Photography online galleries are only a representative sampling of our works. We have hundreds of thousands of photographs stored in archival media. If you wish to see a photo of a particular feature or landmark from a different angle, in a different season, or in a different light of day, please contact us to arrange a virtual showing.
All images are available as professional photographic prints, canvases, or digital image files for use in print, media, marketing, or websites. Print sizes (in inches) include 4×6, 5×7, 8×10, 11×14, 16×20, 20×24, and 20×30. Canvas sizes (in inches) include 8×10, 11×14, 16×20, 20×24, 24×36. Canvases can also be printed in ultra-large formats, including 3 feet by 5 feet, or even larger. Our works are displayed in businesses including restaurants and doctors’ waiting rooms, have been featured in print mediums, as well as on the silver screen. Corona Station Photography prints and canvases also make excellent real estate closing gifts, housewarming gifts, and much more.
Corona Station Photography utilizes handheld, mounted, tripod, gimballed, and aerial photography mediums. All drone photography was flown under an FAA Part 107 certificate and all flights complied with the rules set forth by the FAA for UAS flights within the United States; no drones took off, landed, or were operated from wilderness. Night small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) operations are authorized under a 14 CFR § 107.29 Daylight Operations Waiver/Certificate of Waiver. B. Travis Wright, MPS is a representative with the FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) as a DronePro to help establish a positive safety culture within the aviation community.