Privately owned by Marcus Rail, The Real McCoy still stands at the place where it was once kept in daily service. UP's ex DRGW Burnham Shops, Denver, Co. May12-2013
UP 557 (GP38-2) takes the morning train through the BNSF Denver Yard heading towards the UP 36th Street Yard.
A pair of BNSF engines wait in the morning sun for assignment in the Denver Yard. Note the Jordan Spreader in the background.
Although the paint looks a bit warn out, it's always good to see an old Warbonnet in the service yard.
BNSF 9650 (SD70AMC) is ready for the call to action in the Denver Yard.
Workmen prepare to lift the body of SP GP60 No. 9743 off its trucks. The locomotive will then receive a pair of rebuilt trucks in exchange.
BNSF Holsters are arranging this SD70MAC into a consist at the engine facility under the streets of urban Denver
A SD70ACe - BNSF 9306 - sits in the Denver Yard waiting for the teammates to join.
Old school meets new. BNSF 1603, an SD40-2 built in 1979 and still sporting its AT&SF paint, meets up with an ES44AC pumpkin in the Denver Yard
On BNSF 3014 (GP40-2) you can see where the old number that was on the side - 3515 - was painted out.
Railfans in Denver have a colorful selection of BNSF power to watch - including this SD40-2 retaining the Warbonnet yellow/blue scheme of the former Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.
Various locomotives, both from EMD and GE, undergo repairs in Burnham Shops.
BNSF 9755 (SD70MAC) sports unique numbering on the cab side.