UP 6552 has left the North Yard and is about ready to pass through Fox Junction on its way to the Joint Line and Colorado Springs
There are a number of visitors in the BNSF engine servicing facility, including a line of MOW vehicles, a couple CitiRail units, a KCS engine and two UP engines by the sand towers.
UPY 618, an ex Missouri Pacific GP15-1, waits in the UP North Yard for the call to duty.
It is late at night in a quiet UP North Yard in Denver.
UP 4659 (SD70M) and a newly rebuilt UP 1842 get serviced at the sand towers in the UP's North Yard.
A ragged looking UPY 691 (GP15-1) comes out of the 36th Street Yard after spending the day sorting freight cars.
Its early morning and the geese take flight over the UP's North Yard in Denver.
A pair of B40-8W's lead by the uniquely marked BNSF 521 cross the South Platte River and head to the BNSF maintenance facility.
BNSF 3791 (Tier 4 ET44C4 new to the data base) brings a freight past Fox Junction on its way to the Denver Yard.
The UP brings the circus train to town, pulling into the North Yard after coming over the Moffat Line.
A pair of B40-8W's wait to sort a string of freight cars in a small yard in Loveland, Colorado.
UP 6552 (AC4400CW) leads a freight out of the UP's North Yard in Denver and passes through Fox Junction on its way to Colorado Springs via the Joint Line.
A group of heavies led by UP 4581 (SD70M) has just brought in a string of freight cars and makes a run to the North Yard's servicing facilities.
An eight-engine BNSF freight pauses next to a group of double stack trains at Fox Junction. After waiting for a few hours they will receive a green and head into the Denver Yard.
There was a time when you could find at least one MP15 (both AC's and DC's) in either the North Yard, the Burnham Shops or the 36th Street Yard. Many were survivors of fallen flags like the South... (more)