A couple Norfolk Southern units join other BNSF engines for servicing at the Denver facility.
In 1972 the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway introduced the 'Yellowbonnet' scheme for freight engines. You can still find BNSF engines in that scheme working the Denver Yard.
A gaggle of Geeps work the UP 36th Street Yard.
A Citicorp Railmark Incorporated GEVO awaits servicing in the BNSF engine facility.
Warbonnet action in the Denver Yard
A couple visitors from the north (Canadian Pacific 9540 and 9547) drop in for servicing at the BNSF engine facility. As of January the BNSF has leased approximately 100 GE engines from CP, provid... (more)
It a good day when you see a Warbonnet on point.
A pumpkin painted SD75M sports a hasty renumbering job (used to be 8245) and is now 245. Behind is a SD70MAC in the Executive or Grinstein Green scheme - a sight that is seemingly less frequent a... (more)
It's good to see the SD75M Warbonnets again in the engine yard.
You can often find mixed pairs working the 36th Street Yard in Denver.
Amtrak No 5’s engineer gets onboard GE P42DC No. 134 on the morning of October 14, 2012. This view of the California Zephyr’s station stop in Denver from Wewatta Street will soon vanish. For sever... (more)
A pair of GP15-1's pull hard to move a string of freight out of the 36th Street Yard.
BNSF 5438 (Dash944CW) brings a freight into the Denver Yard.
CSXT 7654 (Dash 8-40CW) teams up with BNSF to lead a mixed freight out of the Denver Yard.
The culprit of the derailment of the center beam flat car was a number of piggyback cars on an adjacent track that apparently derailed and then wedged against the flat cars.