During Amtrak No. 5’s station stop at the temporary depot across from Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, an Amtrak baggageman unloads some packages from the baggage car on the morning of October 14,... (more)
UPY 681 makes smoke pulling some cars out of the 36th Street Yard in Denver
In a view at Lodo (lower downtown) Denver from the 18th Street pedestrian bridge over Colorado’s Joint Line, a BNSF transfer with a long cut of coal hoppers passes by the end of RTD light rail lin... (more)
During Amtrak No. 5’s station stop at the temporary depot across from Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, lead locomotive No. 134 needed to have a shattered mirror replaced. You have to be a somewhat... (more)
UP 6637 (AC44CW) sits with mates in the North Yard.
Westbound Zephyr departing Denver
Denver Rock Island Railroad's GP7, built in 1951, still generates revenue as it did over a half a century ago by sorting freight in the small industrial yards.
GLRX 21 - a GE 35-Ton switcher unit is ready to help the Georgetown Loop Railroad sort cars in the small yard. The engine was donated by Rocky Mountain Steel Mills and restored by C&W Railway.
Plenty of orange horses ready to run.
After coming off the Front Range Sub, this freight from Laurel MT, to Denver is working itself over to the BNSF yard after passing the UP yard.
BNSF Colors: Warbonnet 742 (Dash944CW) faces off with two units sporting new paint.
BNSF 5104 and Warbonnet teammate bring a freight string through the busy North Yard.
EMDX 780 (GP38-2) sits between BNSF power, waiting to be chosen for a team and head to the yard.
These two GP-38’s (UP 801 and GATX 2117) have worked the Denver yards for many years.
UP 1418 (GP40-2) sits in the North Yard among its yellow brothers and a Southern Pacific cousin.