The Union Pacific uses a fleet of GP15-1's in their 36th Street and North Yards in Denver. Most of the units are approaching 40 years old but they are still going strong.
BNSF 6226 (ES44AC) leads a double stack out of Denver on an elevated section of track connecting Denver with Commerce City.
A crewman of BNSF 7280 takes a cold walk to throw a switch for the waiting oil can train looking to depart the Denver Yard.
This weary looking Dash-8 can be found working the Denver Yard, providing needed muscle to hump long strings of rolling stock.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad’s GP7 ‘Galloping Gray Ghost’ works the sidings in an industrial area along I-70 in Denver.
BNSF 4998 (Dash 9) leaves the Denver Yard behind and paces another mixed freight heading towards the Joint Line.
UP 1502 and team head into the 36th Street Yard with a string of oil cans.
A wide angle view of the BNSF Denver engine servicing facility, with the sand/fuel islands in the middle and the maintenance building on the left
Portrait of a fallen flag
A unique view of a Jordan Spreader.
A pair of former BN SD40-2's work in the Denver Yard.
UPY 625 humps a string of cars in the 36th Street Yard while a string of heavy power waits on the side.
BN SD40-2 6747, still with CS number 940 leading a freight en route to Palmer Lake and Pueblo
BN SD40-2 6747, still with CS number 940 somewhere between Denver an Palmer Lake
There are 66 engines in Union Pacific's North Yard on this day, from light power working to shuffle cars in the yard to heavies waiting for assignments.