I present a new engine for the data base - a freshly painted GP39-2 (I believe), spotted working the Denver Yard.
Even with a combined 5,300 horsepower, UPY 681 (GP15-1) and UP 2278 (SD60M) strain to pull a string of freight cars out of the 36th Street Yard.
This ES44C4 has recently been added to the BNSF fleet, using a number previously assigned to a SD40-2.
A morning smoker sends a cloud over the UP North Yard in Denver.
A colorful lash up of HLCX, GATX and UP waits in the North Yard in Denver.
If you like Dash-9's then the Denver Yard is for you, as they are commonly seen leading freight trains in and out of the yard.
With over 300 days of sunshine a year, Denver’s climate facilitates light maintenance being done outdoors.
BNSF 1652 (SD40-2) and 2691 (GP39-2) head into the Denver Yard to begin a day of sorting freight cars.
A Greenstein SD70MAC stands out in a yard full of pumpkin-colored engines waiting for service at the Denver engine facility.
UP 5819 brings a number of units into the Burnham Yard, perhaps for repairs as 6592 and 7320 seem to have suffered a fire as evidenced by the extinguisher powder residue.
A colorful line up in the 36th Street Yard features a red HLCX unit, two yellow UP and two blue GATX engines.
Baby tunnel motor UPY 577 (GP15-1) takes a freight into the south entrance of the 36th Street Yard
This EMDX GP38-2 is waiting for service at the BNSF engine facility in Denver.
A couple of Dash 9's wait for the 'go' signal in the Denver Yard.
The faded old paint on this Warbonnet is in sharp contrast to the newer touched-up areas.