One of the more uniquely painted BNSF power units was BNSF 2043 (GP38-2). This engine started life in 1971 as a GP38 for the Penn Central Railroad, then worked for Conrail and then GATX before be... (more)
BNSF 1760 heads to the Denver Yard for a day of sorting freight cars.
KCS 4789 (ES44AC) heads to the Denver Yard.
Two UP heavies hold in the 36th Street Yard while the light power sorts cars.
UP 688 (GP38-2) and UPY 586 (GP15-1) have somehow avoided the refresh program. Here they team up to move cars in the UP's North Yard in Denver.
BNSF 2183 (GP38) and 2809 (GP39M) represent a combined 104 years of service. 2183 was built in 1970 for the Penn Central Railroad and 2809 was originally built for the Union Pacific as a GP30 in ... (more)
BNSF 1684 (SD40-2) meets the California Zephyr in the Denver Yard.
With storm clouds brewing, UP 700 (GP38-2) leads two other units into the North Yard
BNSF 7028 (ES44C4) pulls a southbound freight up the hill to Broomfield as a northbound freight holds on the siding.
The crew of BNSF MAC 9646 mounts up to make the morning run to Fort Collins. BNSF 2704 (GP39-2) holds at the Longmont Depot until its crew arrives.
Three heavies have just received a load of fuel and sand at the Denver engine facility and get repositioned to head back into the Denver Yard.
BNSF 1933 is one of the many recently repainted former Burlington Northern units of the BNSF fleet. Gone is the BN Cascade Green in favor of the Heritage III scheme.
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) leads a coal train through Castle Rock on the Joint Line and will slowly climb to Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 5934 (ES44AC) climbs towards Sedalia, Colorado pulling a long coal train.
BNSF 6047 (ES44AC) leads a loaded coal train towards Palmer Lake, passing the trusty chase vehicle that has seen over 91,000 miles in just less than three years.