You couldn't ask for better weather conditions when the subject of your picture is the Winter Park Express Ski Train! Amtrak F40PH #406 (now technically an NPCU) leads the eastbound train through blowing snow in the rapidly fading light at Tolland.
If you are unfamiliar with the term NPCU, it refers to a Non-Powered Cab Unit. This F40PH no longer has a prime mover under the hood. The cab itself is still unaltered though, complete with a control stand. The control stand remotely controls the P42DCs on the other end of the train. So, when climbing a grade, the train is actually being pushed up the grade (when in this configuration), not pulled.