One of many former Missouri Pacific GP15-1's in UP's service, this 'baby tunnel motor', complete with rainbow lettering, waits for an assignment in the 36th Street Yard.
Originally built for the Missouri Pacific in 1976, this 'baby tunnel motor' GP15-1 can be found (along with many other GP15-1's) working the UP's North and 36th Street yards in Denver.
Numerous BNSF locomotives and even a few visitors units from NS, KCS and CSX all huddle together at this Mile High engine shop on a frigid afternoon. In the background the BNSF track measurement t... (more)
The Rocky Mountain Rocket, almost exactly halfway on its 91-mile journey across the old Kansas Pacific from Denver to Limon, Colorado, passes beneath a cluster of cottonwoods, those ancient sentin... (more)
UP 7235 (AC44CW) moves into the BNSF Denver Yard as the mirror catches BNSF 9288 (SD70ACe) and team waiting for servicing at the BNSF engine facility.
A string of SD60M's hold position in the UP's Burnham Shops storage lane
UPY 647 muscles a string of containers through the 36th Street Yard.
UPY 625 (GP15-1) gets ready to pull a string of freight out of the North Yard for sorting.
This view catches a glimpse of the south half of the UP's 36th Street Yard in Denver.
A little past 1 p.m. on a perfect May Day, 1965, the Rocky Mountain Rocket turns its back on the Rockies and heads east out of Denver behind two 2250-hp E8As. Though there are only five cars in th... (more)
A long line of UP power (with a GATX Geep thrown in for color) wait in the Burnham Shops yard for orders.
Photo from the 1980s.
The geese are flying north as a cold January morning finds a variety of BNSF power waiting for servicing and assignments in the BNSF engine facility in Denver.
UP 5743 (AC4400CW-CTE) gets some light maintenance attention in the North Yard.
Amtrak 120 leads the California Zephyr out of Denver Union Station and winds through the various catenary supports that will provide power for the heavy rail cars that will soon run from Denver In... (more)