A nice variety of UP power gathers around the sand towers in the North Yard, including UPY 1484, a former Southern Pacific MP15AC built in 1975.
UPY 681 (an ex Missouri Pacific GP15-1) works a cut of freight cars in the North Yard.
A bright Colorado sunrise catches GMTX 2117 (former Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Railroad) waiting with a variety of UP light power (notice the 3 MP1500 units) for their next assignment.
UP 703 keeps a GATX unit company in the North Yard.
UP 1422 (a former Southern Pacific unit) gets ready to take a local freight out of the North Yard and head south on the Joint Line.
It's a good day when you can find a couple of original former BN cascade green SD40-2's in the Denver engine servicing yard. 1680 was built in March of 1973 and BNSF 1933 was built in January of ... (more)
These two SD40-2's crossing the South Platte River in Denver were both built in June of 1978 for the Burlington Northern, and until recently both retained their Cascade Green paint. BSNF 1653 now... (more)
Can you spot the three out-of-town visitors hiding in the BNSF pumpkin patch? There is a Norfolk Southern pony, a Canadian Pacific and a CSX unit.
Durango and Silverton's 482 gets ready to spend the day pulling passengers from Durango to Silverton, Colorado. Half way through the trip the engine would suffer a mechanical failure and have to ... (more)
A railfan gets a close up shot of Durango & Silverton's 481 as it crosses the bridge on the north side of town.
Durango & Silverton 480 backs into position and gets ready to take another load of passengers to Silverton, Colorado
Durango & Silverton 480 gets a thorough check prior to picking up passengers in Silverton for the ride back to Durango.
RTD commuter train 4008 (Hyundai Eagle P3) leaves Denver Union Station on the B Line for Westminster, Colorado. Hiding behind the many catenary lines is the morning California Zephyr waiting to ... (more)
AMTK 817 runs between the catenaries that provide power to the various commuter rail lines that branch out from Denver's Union Station.
The 'Plane to the Train' commuter rail line connects Denver International Airport with Denver Union Station. Its a great and quick way to see Denver if your flying into DIA and staying downtown.