The colorful neon light tail sign of Chicago, Burlington and Quincy California Zephyr dome-observation “Silver Solarium” glows on the evening of October 15, 2014, at Denver, Colorado.
The engineer of UPY 1295 carefully passes a work crew in the 36th Street Yard.
UPY 1295 (ex Southern Pacific MP15DC) operates in remote control mode shuffling grain cars in the 36th Street Yard.
The shadows slowly pull away from Warbonnet 755, revealing the iconic paint job of the former Santa Fe Railroad. In 1989 the then President of the Santa Fe Railroad (Michael Haverty) ordered the h... (more)
BNSF 200 (SD75M previously numbered as 8200) gets paired up with another unit in the engine servicing yard.
Warbonnet 767 repositions for service.
Warbonnet 742 waits for service at the Denver engine servicing facility.
There is always a variety of power being serviced at the BNSF engine shops in Denver.
A Warbonnet brings a freight into the Denver Yard
A few visitors (KCS, CSX and UP) mix with the usual crowd at the engine servicing facility in Denver.
Looks like BNSF 200 (SD75M formerly numbered as 8200) could use a little rust mitigation on the cab roof.
HLCX (GP38-2) with mismatched number boards heads for the 36th Street Yard.
Southbound on the Joint Line near Union Station.
BNSF 7331 (ES44DC) brings a fright through the sweeping curve which will take it to the Denver Yard
My two favorite locomotive paint schemes meet at South Denver. The Rio Grande unit is a SD40T-2.