UPY 661 (tunnel motor GP15-1) sits in the 36th Street Yard as 695 shuffles freight.
UP geeps stand at the ready in the 36th Street Yard.
UPY 1324 (MP15DC) and LLPX teammate move into position to grab a string of coal cars in the North Yard.
The creman walks along as a BNSF Triclops 8129 backs into the fueling island at the Denver engine facility..
Seldom seen in these parts - a trio of CN power going through Denver with a load of grain cars.
There was a variety of BNSF power in type and color at in the BNSF engine shop this day – GP28M, SD40-2, Dash944CW, GP38-2 and a rare visitor from California, Amtrak F59PHI
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.
This was called a yard cleaner.... in BN's former Rice Yard, Denver. Cough, cough, wheeze; the operator even stands outside. The area is now Elitchs amusement park.
BNSF 7380 (ES44DC) leads a string of tanker cars south on the Brush Sub through Denver.
The morning sun catches three of UP's MP15DC units that work the North Yard - UPY1295, 1321, and 1324.
BNSF 8230 (SD75M) still looking good in the lead role while pulling a freight and generating revenue.
A Cascade Green SD60M leading a BNSF freight – notice the tripple front window configuration. It looks like the American flag on the nose was recently painted over.
These new Boeing 737 aircraft had to divert through Denver due to their normal route suffering damaged track from heavy rains. It was a pleasant surprise for railfans that day.