You can find various types of rolling stock in the Denver Yard carrying the logos of fallen flags. This gondola's Southern Pacific logo has survived the merger, the elements and some rough handli... (more)
A nice variety of Heritage I, II and III schemes at the BNSF engine servicing facility.
A GMTX Geep leads the UP oil can train from the BNSF's Denver Yard to the UP's 36th Street Yard.
Two Dash9's bring a double stack train into the Denver Yard. While it was common five years ago to see Warbonnets moving in and out of the Denver Yard, it is a fairly rare occurrence these days.
The BNSF is slowly but surely repainting all of their light power in the heritage III scheme. The visiting UP engines should be careful not stay too long as they too might get a new coat of paint... (more)
With the Denver skyline in the background, UPY 629 (GP15-1) and a few other engines hold station in the 36th Street Yard.
You can usually find a collection of GP15-1's at the UP's North and 36th Street Yards in Denver.
Can you spot the GE units that have been running coal through the Moffat Tunnel?
Six Burlington Northern F units were stored at Denver’s stockyards for a time in the mid-1980s. BN F7 No. 732 is a former Northern Pacific locomotive.
UP 6552 has left the North Yard and is about ready to pass through Fox Junction on its way to the Joint Line and Colorado Springs
There are a number of visitors in the BNSF engine servicing facility, including a line of MOW vehicles, a couple CitiRail units, a KCS engine and two UP engines by the sand towers.
UPY 618, an ex Missouri Pacific GP15-1, waits in the UP North Yard for the call to duty.
It is late at night in a quiet UP North Yard in Denver.
A burned out headlight needs changing as Amtrak No. 5, the westbound California Zephyr, makes its station and service stop at Denver, Colorado, on February, 23, 1986. The electrician has found a w... (more)
UP 4659 (SD70M) and a newly rebuilt UP 1842 get serviced at the sand towers in the UP's North Yard.