While a crewman takes a water break the remote engineer of UP 688 (GP38-2) gets clearance to begin sorting freight cars in the UP's North Yard. On this day it was a pleasant 60 degrees. The next... (more)
UPY 1323 and UP 1640 sit in front of the sand towers in the North Yard. They will later move out to the yard and sort freight cars.
A couple 'fallen flags' rest in the BNSF Engine shop yard in Denver - UP 6227 in Southern Pacific speed lettering scheme and BNSF 599 in a Santa Fe Warbonnet scheme.
UP 6945 gets ready to lead a small freight out of UP's North Yard in Denver.
A couple 33 year old Geeps (UP 703 is a GP38-2 and UPY 661 is a GP15-1) are assigned to the 36th Street Yard.
A Union Pacific train passes through the 36th Street Yard as the sun sets over the mountains.
One of the most faded of the BNSF Warbonnets, this Dash8-40BW still works pulling freight around the Front Range.
BNSF 1914 (SD40-2) brings a string of tank cars into Denver from the refinery in Commerce City.
UPY 613 (GP15-1) waiting for assignment in the 36th Street Yard on a cold morning.
It's gondola sorting day at the UP North Yard.
The BNSF engine servicing yard hosts a variety of power including Amtrak, CSX, Canadian Pacific and five Warbonnets.
A nice variety of current and fallen flags of power.
BNSF 2317, one of the many Geeps that work the Denver Yard.
A group of UP heavies, including a former Southern Pacific unit, wait for orders in the North Yard.
A pair of GP40-2's (UP 1349 and 1363) - both former DRGW flagged units, wait with their teammates in the North Yard in Denver for assigned freights.