UPY 661 is looking like a bridesmaid as the other power has paired up for the 36th Street Yard work. The character of the 36th street yard will soon change as Denver’s light rail RTD line will ru... (more)
It's a busy day in the UP North Yard as many types of power wait to be serviced so they can either hit the yard or grab a string of freight and head out to other parts of the country.
UP power waits amid freshly fallen snow for orders to head to the 36th Street Yard.
UPY 1295 still going strong after 38 years of shuffling freight cars.
It's the Dead Line for a bunch of UP engines waiting in the UP Burnham Yard in Denver, including C40-8's and C41-8W's.
Travel by Train: Looking like a scene from the days before Amtrak, Union Pacific's annual Cheyenne Frontier Days train lays over at Union Station in Denver on July 16, 1998. This station closed in... (more)
UPY 577 working solo while sorting cars in the 36th Street Yard.
The sun has just peaked up over the horizon as UP 5425 (ES44AC) leads some heavy muscle, intent on pulling a load of tank cars into the 36th Street Yard.
I thought it was neat how trains rolled through Denver Union Station when I was there in the early 1980s. I liked the SD39 leading this train.
It's not every day you get to see a pair of cascade green Geeps working the Denver Yard. BNSF 2700 (GP39-2) pairs up with 1506 (GP28M) and heads to the yard to shuffle freight cars.
BNSF 1892 (SD40-2) passes Santa Fe 3178 (GP-50) on the way to the engine servicing facility.
The BNSF engine servicing yard is full of colorful power, including a couple visitors from UP and CSX.
Three US flagged UP heavies bring a string of coal cars into the 36th Street Yard.
A large number of Union Pacific locomotives gather at North Yard in Denver, Colorado, on Sunday, October 14, 2012. North Yard is the former Rio Grande yard in Denver located on the Moffat Tunnel S... (more)
Two BNSF and one UP power help move a line of freight cars past the Riverside Cemetary and into Denver. Some of the headstones of the cemetary date back to 1870's.