There is a variety of traffic going through the Denver Yard, including an inbound coal train and an outbound freight.
You can still find former AT&SF Bluebonnets running around the Denver BNSF yards.
UP 801 and 825, both ex Missouri Pacific GP38-2's, work the 36th Street Yard in a snowstorm.
Two SD70ACe's muscle a coal train along the Brush Sub in Denver.
The illusive Coors Brewing Company's CORX 997 (SW1000) is photographed as it moves a string of custom hoppers between a grain plant and the production facility. Usually it runs in a secured area ... (more)
It is a busy day in the UP's North Yard in Denver. Visible are four ex-Missouri Pacific engines (UP 825, UP 1823, UPY 691 and UPY 625). There is also an ex-Chicago & Northwestern (UPY 546) and a... (more)
Two KCS engines hunker down at the Denver BNSF engine servicing facility during an intense snowstorm
UPY 546 works the North Yard in a blizzard.
UPY 586 (GP15-1) gives the crew a ride as it pulls a cut of freight out of the 36th Street Yard for sorting.
BNSF 6969 (ES44C4) leads a container train through Boulder and Broomfield on its way to Denver, Colorado.
A fresh looking 53 year old BNSF 2548, a former ATSF Bluebonnet GP35, sits in a small BNSF yard on the east side of Longmont, Colorado.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad will occasionally use their SW8 to shuffle cars in the stockyards service area when their SW1500 is not available.
UP 8964 (new to the data base SD70AH) gets ready to pull a freight out of the North Yard, while on an adjacent track the veteran UPY 691 (GP15-1) gets ready to pull another string out for sorting.
UP 1823, one of the many former Missouri Pacific Geeps now in service with the Union Pacific, brings in its crew from the North Yard.
UPY 586 (GP15-1) strains to pull a load of cars out of the 36th Street Yard ladder for sorting