Another former SOO LINE SD60 is spotted heading to the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver. CEFX 6012 was in the Denver Yard last week.
This unit appears to be a former Montana Rail Link engine by the appearance of the paint scheme, but apparently is now owned by S&S Shortline Leasing, LLC.
This GMTX GP38-2 (former UP unit) waits for a mate to join before heading to the 36th Street Yard to shuffle freight cars.
Coal train snakes its way towards Denver
UPY 625 belches smoke as it works to pull cars out for sorting in the UP North Yard.
Three Dash 9's showing the progression of the BNSF paint schemes get ready for service at the BNSF engine facility. From front to back are BNSF 749 in the Heritage III scheme, BNSF 1070 in a Heri... (more)
Two SD70ACe units wait in the 36th Street Yard for their next assignment.
A couple veteran SD40-2's, representing 75 years of combined service, still work hard sorting freight cars in the Denver Yard.
Two GP15-1's in fresh paint (both ex MP units) work the 36th Street Yard in Denver.
With the skyline of the City of Denver in the background, a couple of BNSF SD40-2's get ready to move some track maintenance cars from the BNSF engine servicing facility yard.
BNSF 6315 (ES44AC) arrives at the Denver Yard.
BNSF 5456 (Dash 9) heads into the Denver Yard as UP 1211 (GP39-2) leads a freight out of the yard.
Two patched veterans work the Denver Yard. CEFX 6012 was originally built in 1987 for the SOO Line, then sold to Indiana Railroad and is now with the CIT group as a lease engine. BNSF 1923 was b... (more)
The engineer brings Dash 9 Warbonnet 766 out of the Denver Yard, leading a mixed freight that would head south on the Joint Line.
A BNSF Dash9 on the right brings a mixed freight past UP's North Yard and past a long string of windmill turbine blades.