Steely-eyed foamers will spot engines from 7 different flags in this photo, including BNSF (with a Warbonnet and Bluebonnet for flair), Union Pacific, Canadian Pacific, Canadian National, CSX, Nor... (more)
UP 801 (GP38-2) and partner UP 2270 (SD60M) work the North Yard in Denver.
End of train somewhere on the Joint Line
'Who you gonna call?' Hulcher!
After two cars on the morning Amtrak derailed just outside the BNSF Denver Yard, Hulcher crews used their sidewinder cranes to quickly re-rail the cars so the yar... (more)
The California Zephyr sits in the newly remodeled Denver Union Station terminal. As bags are loaded and the engines are fueled, parents say goodbye to loved ones while station staff discuss the n... (more)
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 17 departs Denver Union Station at Prospect Junction the morning of April 14, 1979.
UPY 629 muscles a string of cars in the North Yard
The UP brings in a unique load on a flatbed to the 36th Street Yard - the generator section of a Vestas wind turbine.
Four tunnel motors haul a grain train through Little 10 Curve all the while climbing the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies en-route to Fresno, CA. Scanned from a Kodachrome slide.
UP 2413 heads to the 36th Street Yard with a mixed freight in tow.
This grimy veteran was built in 1963 as a GP30 for Southern Railway and was later rebuilt as a GP30E for Burlington Northern.
This GP39V, still wearing a faded Burlington Northern paint scheme, was built in 1964 as a GP35.
Right out of the paint shop! This J&L Consulting, LTD. SD40-2 is a former UP engine. Previously numbered as UP 8042, this engine was delivered as a "Fast forty" unit, geared for high s... (more)
The 'Smurf' GP38-2's of GATX always appear well maintained.
BNSF 8025 (SD40-2) works humping a string of cars in the Denver Yard. This engine has since been either sold or renumbered as an ES44C4 now uses that number.