An eastbound BNSF manifest exits Tunnel 40 on the UP Moffat Subdivision near Azure, Colorado.
The UP still uses a variety of MP15AC and DC power in their two Denver Yards.
The workers in UP's North Yard take a moment to admire the beauty of UP 951 (an E9A built in 1955) as it is repositioned for a run later to its home base in Wyoming.
A very rare Southern Pacific SD45T-2 rests in the Limon, Colorado grain yard awaiting a days work to come in the morning.
Rock Island GP18 #1344 with DRGW GP7 #5103 and DRGW F7A&B in Denver's North yard November, 1968.
It is a statistical fact that when you see a pair of SD40-2 Bluebonnets working a yard, you have a 63% higher chance of winning the lottery.
BNSF 4154 waits for a coal train to pass before crossing the Denver diamond. This vantage point is no longer possible as a new light rail line now covers this area with a flyover.
Its a good day when you find a GP7 still working.
Engine 487 sits while taking on water at Cumbres Pass. 487 will continue onto Osier as a special dinner train.
BNSF 9493 makes a solo run to the Denver Yard.
UP 951 had stopped for service at the UP North Yard in Denver.
Union Pacific’s MRONY freight drops off of the mesa at on Big 10 Curve west of Rocky, Colorado, on June 28, 2014. Today’s train is fairly short, with the lone DPU locomotive visible on the opposit... (more)
This hard working EMD SW1 known as "The Kernel" was built in 1940 and is still working a small yard near Johnstown, Colorado.
A couple of 'old school' painted light power units (BNSF 1802 is a SD40-2 and BNSF 2702 is a GP39-2) sit next to a line of heavy power units being serviced.