A matched set - UPY 1324 and UPY 1321 (both MP15DC’s) team up with a GATX engine to work the UP 36th Street Yard in Denver.
Lite Power head for the BNSF Engine Facility to fill up on some fuel.
Forward view of the "Warren R. Henry" private dome car owned by "Patrick Henry Creative Promotions." You can see the P42 used to pull the two car train around if you look closely in the center win... (more)
BNSF 2854 (GP39) looks great in the old Santa Fe blue and yellow scheme as it shuffles freight in the Denver Yard
BNSF 1789 (SD40-2) moves out of the Denver Yard under January snowclouds.
Leaving Denver behind: Rio Grande's Railblazer piggyback train heads west out of Denver near Leyden, Colorado on a hot July 9, 1989.
Arguably one of the best looking paint schemes on a locomotive - the Santa Fe Warbonnet.
I was lucky enough to be invited onto the "Warren R. Henry," a private dome car which was originally built for the Union Pacific Railroad. The private car is owned by "Patrick Henry Creative Promo... (more)
A couple of old-school GP39's in BNSF green.
A string of 6 BNSF engines led by 7324 (ES44DC) make their way to the BNSF Engine Shop in Denver
A mix of UP power (SD60M, GP15-1, and AC4400CW) waiting to move out of the North Yard.
A couple of SD40's take a string of empty double stack cars through a Denver neiborhood.
The UP Dead Line at the Burnham Yard in Denver includes a variety of old power, including UP 9180 (C40-8) and the colorful UP 3300 (SD40-2) in United Way markings.
The new paint of BNSF 6820 and team glows with the bright sunrise.
UP 6074 (AC4400CWCTE) and team bring a string of freight cars into the UP North Yard in Denver.