On this visit to the Denver BNSF Engine shop, a couple out-of-towners are spotted dropping by the engine yard for servicing.
BNSF 8129 (SD60M) makes a solo run heading to the Denver Yard.
I wonder how many tons of freight this car has carried over the years.
UP 9146 is one of many C40-8 units sitting in the Burnham Yard Dead Line in Denver.
UP 2300 leads three helpers and a string of freight towards downtown Ft Collins. The cars would later be left in a yard.
This SD40-3 was originally manufactured in 1971 as Canadian National 5195, later to be sold to GCFX (GEC Alsthom Transport) and now with Diesel Locomotive Company DLCX.
Central Kansas City Railway engine 2230 is still going strong after 62 years of service.
Its early morning and two Dash944CW's have just pulled into the BNSF North Yard in Ft Collins. BNSF 1001 was pulling empty container flats and 4339 was pulling a load of windmill blades. While it ... (more)
A couple of Geeps are spotted working an industrial area of Ft Collins. HBRY 3600 is a GP35 and the Central Kansas Railway veteran 2230 is a GP7 that was built in 1952.
BNSF was always ahead of the Heritage craze by choosing to keep the Santa Fe yellow-blue and red-silver Warbonnet colors and the green-white BN schemes. Now if they would only come out with a red... (more)
A bright Colorado sunrise catches a nice assortment of BNSF and visitor power in the Denver engine servicing yard.
BNSF big power units wait for the call to lash up to a mixed freight.
Looks like UP is lending BNSF a hand this morning.
Union Pacific Brothers in Arms - 2413 (SD60M) and 801 (GP38-2) pose for a family picture in the setting sun.
BNSF engines sport a variety of colorful paint schemes, and one can often find a good selection at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver.