The yard crew assembles a power trio by adding BNSF 8574 (SD70ACe) to the CitiRail/BNSF duo. Also note that there are three Norfolk Southern visitors and a CSX visitor in the yard.
BNSF 6336 (ES44AC) leads a loaded coal train out of the Denver Yard.
BNSF 8574 (SD70ACe) gets repositioned for a run into the Denver Yard. Notice the fairly new LinkUP PTC (positive train control) antenna package on the roof of the cab.
BNSF 7941 (ES44C4) leads a stack train through Longmont, Colorado.
The evening California Zephyr runs past the BNSF's intermodal facility which sits adjacent to the UP's North Yard in Denver.
BNSF 8414 (SD70ACe) leads a loaded coal as it moves south out of the Denver Yard and onto the Joint Line.
UP 1350 (ex DRGW GP40-2) leads a freight over the South Platte River in Denver.
UP 695 (GP38-2) pulls a cut of hoppers out of the 36th Street Yard for sorting.
A trio of light power, lead by UP 1350 (ex DRGW GP40-2) gets ready to head south out of the North Yard.
The crewman of OMLX 9647 (former Canadian National GP40-2LW) throws a switch that will allow them to bring a freight into the BNSF's North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado.
California Zephyr's AMTK 43 makes the turn leading to the Big Ten Curve.
Rio Grande Southern's Galloping Goose #7 can often be found making the run around the grounds of the Colorado Railroad Museum.
BNSF 9337 (SD70ACe) pushes a coal train through Palmer Lake
UP 1842 (SD40-N) and mate get ready to sort some freight in the UP's North Yard.
The time is near for the vintage passenger and MOW cars that used to be stored at the Union Pacific Burnham Shops. These cars, which can be seen in photos 413951 and 591196 were owned by Marcus R... (more)