UP 1422 (former Southern Pacific GP40-2) moves through the North Yard with a freight.
A couple out-of-towners paid a visit to the BNSF's Denver engine facility. Shortly before this photo was taken the Canadian Pacific unit had two axles from both trucks slip off the rails after ru... (more)
It was anything but routine at the Denver BNSF engine servicing facility yesterday as Canadian Pacific Railway's 9373 slipped off the rails while being repositioned in the yard. The 430,000 pound ... (more)
Amtrak special 156 will soon be pushing the California Zephyr through the Moffat Tunnel and the Rocky Mountains.
Geeps rule the North Yard on this day.
UP 703 struggles to move a heavy cut of cars into the North Yard for sorting.
BNSF 1966 (SD40-2) works the intermodal facility adjacent to the UP's North Yard in Denver.
The morning California Zephyr leaves Denver's Union Station sporting a triple header lashup in anticipation of running through heavy snow in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
An interesting all Great Northern lash-up with in the lead GP35 no.3034, GP30, two GP35s, F3B, F3A and two Big Sky Blue GP9s are arriving Denver, Colorado on April 28, 1968.
The sun is up and the Geeps are working the North Yard.
A group of BNSF engines, including Warbonnet 521, sit in echelon right formation waiting for servicing or assignments at the engine facility in Denver.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's 1803 (SW1500) pulls two hoppers past the Stockyard Saloon.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad has to navigate roads on a daily basis in the small industrial area north of the stockyards.
AMTK 136 (P42DC) brings the California Zephyr through the Fox Junction signals in its way to Denver's Union Station
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's 1083 (SW1500) runs through the tight confines of a spur in their service area in north Denver.