Two SD40-2's make a late day run into the Denver Yard.
BNSF 6127 (ES44AC) passes the Denver-based Jordan Spreader BN 972674, which you might think is older than it is based on its looks. The spreader, built in 1984, sits on a siding between the Denver... (more)
A couple odd sights in the BNSF engine yard - BNSF 1572 (formerly a SD45-2R Santa Fe unit converted to a SD40-2R) paired with a very faded Warbonnet and a couple work trains (Loram ballast cleaner... (more)
After running through the night bringing a mixed freight into the Denver Yard, Warbonnet 656 heads to the BNSF servicing facility as the morning sunlight lights up the clouds.
Two workhorses of the Denver Yard - BNSF 1802 (SD40-2) and BNSF 2317 (GP38-2)
One of the better looking Warbonnet paint jobs (not as faded as many of them are) can be seen on BNSF 767. The 'BNSF' cigar band still looks a bit odd, as many of the Warbonnets still sport the le... (more)
Looking like an unfinished model train layout, the BNSF engine shop yard gets new sections of track installed.
NW 1650 and MKT 636 layover in the UP Denver engine facility in 1982.
BNSF 1812 (SD39) heads over the South Platte River to the Stock Yards
Daylight during an early spring snowstorm is ending amid the “blue hour” just before nightfall at Union Pacific’s North Yard fuel tracks at Denver, Colorado, on April 15, 2013. The former Rio Gran... (more)
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.