BNSF evolution of power on parade. There is over 35 years of age separating the biggest and the newest power (9287 SD70Ace on the left) from the oldest which is still sporting the cascade green p... (more)
A Burlington Northern F45 rests at BN’s 31st Street roundhouse in April 1984. Showing signs of being “ridden hard and put away wet” so-to-speak, this locomotive, ordered by Great Northern but deli... (more)
Joint Line meet: In a view at Lodo (lower downtown) Denver from the 18th Street pedestrian bridge over Colorado’s Joint Line, a BNSF transfer with a long cut of coal hoppers is meeting a northboun... (more)
After a long day working the UP 36th Street Yard and with the sun setting on the horizon, two workers catch a ride back to base on UP 712 (GP38-2).
A variety of Geeps work the 36th Street Yard. UPY 625 (GP15-1), UP 695 (GP38-2) and GATX 2688 (GP38)
A couple of geep units work the 36th Street Yard - UPY 577 (GP15-1) and GMTX 2678 (GP38-2).
The BNSF Optical Track Scanning System train is inspecting a new section of track that has been installed at the Denver engine maintenance facility.
UP 8444 with some newer brethren at Denver,CO..
UPY 570 (GP15-1) huffs while pulling a string of tanker cars around the 36th Street Yard.
A slow day at Denver's Union Pacific North Yard allows for a good view of the ladder configuration that the yard uses for sorting cars.
A UP special of windmill hubs and turbines makes its way to Denver. With the many cuts the windmill industry is experiencing, this may become a rare sight in the not-so-distant future.
UPY 661 is looking like a bridesmaid as the other power has paired up for the 36th Street Yard work. The character of the 36th street yard will soon change as Denver’s light rail RTD line will ru... (more)
It's a busy day in the UP North Yard as many types of power wait to be serviced so they can either hit the yard or grab a string of freight and head out to other parts of the country.
UP power waits amid freshly fallen snow for orders to head to the 36th Street Yard.
UPY 1295 still going strong after 38 years of shuffling freight cars.