Two freights head into the Denver Yard.
AMTK 81 leads the California Zephyr out of Denver Union Station and towards the Rocky Mountains. There has been a lot of talk about how a possible reduction in Amtrak funding would impact the Zep... (more)
This is the train version of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. This GP7u was built in 1952 for the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad and carried the blue and yellow "bluebonnet" pai... (more)
A very faded OmniTRAX 2239 (GP7U) moves a load of wood in an industrial area of north Denver. 2239 has had a interesting career, and like rings on a tree she show a little bit of each owner by th... (more)
RTD's commuter train flies over a freight that has just left the Denver Yard
A few years ago it was not uncommon to see a number of cascade green units working the Denver Yard. They have become more of an oddity now as the BNSF is repainting former BN and ATSF units into ... (more)
A close-up of perhaps the coolest faded paint job ever - OmniTRAX's GP7U which runs the industrial area of north Denver.
A former Burlington Northern SD40-2 teams up with a recently repainted pumpkin and heads to the Denver Yard to sort freight. BNSF 1966 was originally built in 1972 for the Colorado & Southern and... (more)
The evening California Zephyr passes a BNSF team that is working sorting hoppers in the Denver Yard. After pulling into the yard the Amtrak will then back into Denver Union Station.
3 CITIRAIL units join a variety of pumpkin-colored BNSF units, including two units still sporting the Burlington Northern Cascade Green paint.
BNSF 8592 pushes forward into the heavy spring snow storm as it heads from Colorado to Wyoming.
A heavy spring snow storm blankets Fort Collins, Colorado and BNSF 8592's nose as it heads into the storm.
BNSF 6043 (ES44AC) shares the North Yard in Fort Collins with a pair of OmniTRAX engines
Denver Rock Island Railroad's 1083 (SW1500) crosses over Packinghouse Road with the assistance of a crew member.
I can imagine that the remote operators for the engines in the UP's North Yard in Denver likely had HO or Lionel train sets when they were kids. Here a remote engineer pulls a string of cars out ... (more)