Ferromex FXE 4083 (SD70ACe) waits for clearance to head into the BNSF yard while BNSF 2292 (GP38-2) and BNSF 1506 (GP28M) shuffle cars.
UPY 1324 is done for the day as the crew guides her to the siding in front of the 36th Streeet Yard office. The crewman with the blue box is controlling the engine speed.
A Colorado sunrise shines on UPY 570 (GP15-1) and team as they head into the 36th Street yard in Denver with a load of empty coal cars.
UP 5846 (AC4400CW-CTE) gets ready to head south out of the UP North Yard, as the DPU of a second coal train heads north.
UPY 577 (GP15-1) sits next to UP 5087 (SD70M) which is getting ready to head north into the 36th Street Yard.
A variety of UP power, including Y613 (GP15-1), 688 (GP38-2), and 7145 (AC4410CW), sit in the 36th Street yard
Warbonnets BNSF 619 and 713 (both Dash944CW's) lead a string of tank cars from the north yard to the Brush Sub turn.
There are four different styles of nose markings present in this BNSF power string as it backs into the servicing island at the Denver Engine Shop.
UPY 629 (GP38-2) leads while shuffling cars in the 36th Street Yard in Denver
GLRX 21 - a GE 35-Ton switcher unit is ready to help the Georgetown Loop Railroad sort cars in the small yard. The engine was donated by Rocky Mountain Steel Mills and restored by C&W Railway.
AMTK 56 leads the morning Amtrak train from Denver's Union Station through the UP North Yard.
HLCX 1056 teams up with UP 801 and works the UP North Yard in Denver. Notice the different style number boards.
A tag-team duo of UP 695 and UP 801 wait to get the orders to hit the 36th Street yard and sort cars.
Four UP ‘JEEP’ units (UP 312 GP38-2, UPY 661 GP-15-1, UPY 625 GP15-1, and UP 695 GP-38-2) make the 180 degree turn off the Brush Sub and head for the 36th Street UP Yard in Denver.
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) Light Rail line runs next to the Joint Line through Denver. Here a local UP freight heads south through Denver while pushing a load of wood, and is pace... (more)