BNSF 8950 (SD70MAC) has lashed up to a bunch of Heritage III painted units and waits in the BNSF engine servicing yard for an assignment.
There has been an increase the sightings of Warbonnets in the Denver area over the last few weeks. Long live the Warbonnet.
The crew of UP 1746 (SD40N) repositions in the North Yard.
UP 6733 (ex Chicago & Northwestern AC4400CW) brings a MOW train into the UP's North Yard in Denver. Not sure what the crew is doing to the track to the left of the engine, but it appears they wer... (more)
BNSF 2342 (GP38-2) holds station with a string of oil cans. Once cleared the train will take the Brush Sub into Denver from Commerce City.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's "Grey Ghost" GP7 is 67 years old and still works the industrial areas along I-70 in Denver, Colorado.
These matching MAC's were spotted idling at the depot in Longmont, Colorado.
UP 2574 (ET44AH) waits for orders as UP 6024 and 3 mates move to the fuel island.
A crewman brings UP 1746 (ex-SD40-2 rebuilt as a SD40N) in for the day while UP 1350 (ex-DRGW GP40-2) waits for orders.
It's rare these days to see a former AT&SF bluebonnet and a Cascade Green BN unit together.
A variety of light power is active in the Union Pacific's North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
A pair of Heritage III painted units move through Denver.
A golden sunrise provides a colorful backdrop to a RTD commuter train heading from Denver to Westminster, Colorado.
If you like vintage short line action visit the Denver Rock Island Railroad when you come to Denver. They run a variety of older engines in their fleet, including DRIR 996, a NW2 built in 1948.
You can often find the Denver Rock Island Railroad's 1083 (SW1500) working the industrial businesses on Packinghouse Road in the Stockyards area. The road sees heavy traffic and maneuvering along... (more)