UP heavies bring in full autorack cars into the 36th Street Yard.
UP 1517, a former St. Louis Southwestern GP40M-2, still had her Cotton Belt 'bloody nose' markings on at the time of this photo. In early 2013 she was repainted in the standard UP armour yellow. ... (more)
DPU 8921 at the end of a long coal train crosses the Denver diamond as a trio of engines wait their turn.
It is BNSF 1733 by a nose!
At the BNSF Denver engine servicing facility you can often find a colorful and varied selection of engines. Here we see two SD40-2's (CEFX 3181 and BNSF 1961) and a former SOO Line SD60 waiting fo... (more)
A new SD70Ace muscles a loaded coal train through the Denver Yard and will head south on the Joint Line.
A colorful variety of power is tied down for the evening at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver.
Veteran Warbonnet BNSF 520 heads to the Denver Yard to spend a day sorting freight cars.
As the sun sets on the Denver Yard, BNSF 2111 (GP38AC) and BNSF 2770 (GP39-2) get ready to tie down for the night.
A couple of BNSF units, one wearing a Heritage III scheme and one carrying the Executive scheme, are ready for the call to duty in the Denver Yard.
A weary looking SD70Mac waits for servicing with a NS partner before heading to the Denver Yard.
On a stunning ride with the D&RGW Zephyr through the beautiful landscape of Colorado
BNSF 7795 (ES44DC) in a Heritage III scheme with replacement Heritage II access doors moves into the Denver Yard.
BNSF 9303 (SD70ACe) greets BNSF 5739 (ES44AC) heading into the Denver Yard.
A crewman throws a switch that will get UP 358 to the service island in the North Yard.