Today there was an odd occurrence with the morning Amtrak California Zephyr - engines 81 and 822 pulled head first into Denver Union Station. Usually the train backs into the station but due to s... (more)
Spring storm Selene brought nearly two feet of snow to the Denver and Front Range. That means crews bringing freights into the Denver yard needed to be diligent about cleaning switches – a diffic... (more)
The extreme winter conditions have created the 'Abominable Pony' out of NS 8345. A crew member braves the horizontal snow to attend to one of the many switches that will need to be cleaned before... (more)
Here we see a triple play as the morning California Zephyr departs Denver while a pair of Hyundai Eagle commuter trains meet, with one heading to Denver's Union Station and the other heading to De... (more)
A plethora of railroad locomotives are seen at the BNSF’s Denver shops on a bitterly cold February afternoon. Besides the photographer, even a few units from the Southeast are here this day.
The DRIR 1083 has just dropped off two loads of steel to the CMC Banner Rebar customer. Now this former SP switcher will push their empty gondola across Franklin Street which cautions cyclists to... (more)
A spring blizzard pounded the Denver area, with whiteout conditions from high winds and nearly 2 feet of snow in some places.
On a crisp April morning, a trio of Burlington Northern SD40-2’s roll past the (railroad) west end of Denver Union Station.
Visitors to the BNSF engine servicing facility add a splash of color, including Canadian Pacific, Union Pacific, Citirail, Norfolk Southern and a few former BN green units for flavor.
Two Savage engines visit the UP's North Yard.
Correctly stepping off trailing foot first -- opposite the direction of travel -- the brakeman of Rock Island 82 steps down to throw the switch at Sandown Junction east of Denver, February 14, 19... (more)
Here we see three of the many former Burlington Northern engines that regularly work the Denver Yard
BNSF 1680 (SD40-2) makes a late evening run from the UP's 36th Street Yard and takes an oil can train to the Denver Yard.
The low evening sun catches the crew of BNSF 1993 (SD40-2) repositioning in the Denver Yard. They will soon latch on to another string of cars and begin sorting them onto the different tracks.
The sprits of the Denver & Rio Grande Western were smiling on this day as three former DRGW GP40-2's (UP 1349, 1348 and 1359) take a freight out of the North Yard, heading south to the Joint Line.