I miss seeing the SD75M Warbonnets running through the Denver Yard.
BNSF 2897 was originally built in 1964 as a GP35 for the Southern Pacific. When acquired by the Burlington Northern it was rebuilt as a GP39M. Not only does it retain its original Cascade Green... (more)
The wide body nose plays.
It is quite a sight to see these huge airplanes 'flying' through an urban environment on a railcar. The green protective coating on his Boeing 737 800 (n/s 3742 which now flies for Delta Airlines... (more)
The UP gives the BNSF an escort out of the Denver Yard.
There is a nice mixed bag of engines in the UP North Yard.
Here we see the three different Heritage schemes on the BNSF fleet. BNSF 1043 in Heritage I, BNSF 5739 in the Heritage II, and BNSF 7919 in the Heritage III.
Three potential future BNSF 'heritage' schemes work the Denver Yard.
A couple of remote control operators from the UP's 36th Street Yard head back to the operations shack on UPY 629 (GP15-1).
One of the more odd loads to go through the Denver Yard was this Boeing 737 (Serial Number 3742).
BNSF 5784 (ES44AC) runs across a low bridge on the Brush Sub going into Denver. Judging by the marks on the bridge, quite a few truck have misjudged the height of their vehicles.
BNSF 1966 (SD40-2) crosses the South Platte River in Denver. Notice the faded BN side number of 6359.
BNSF 1966 (SD40-2) get ready to take a load of double stack cars out of the intermodal facility in North Denver.
An RTD train flies eastbound near the Denver airport.
UP 695 (GP38-2) drops off a cut of freight and heads back for another string.