BNSF 7887 (ES44DC) leads a freight out of the Denver Yard.
At what first appears to be a bunch of BNSF pumpkins, if you look closely you will see three soon-to-be heritage paint schemes for the BNSF, including a Warbonnet, a Bluebonnet, and a Cascade Gree... (more)
Its the 'blue hour' on the RTD Commuter Rail line.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad operates under tight conditions on Packinghouse Road in Denver.
BNSF 5047 (Dash 9) leans into an elevated curve while leading a long freight (with Warbonnet in third position), heading into Loveland, Colorado.
BNSF 4095 (Dash 9) leads a mixed bag of 7 engines and a long freight out of the Denver Yard, including a Union Pacific stow-away in the rear of the bunch.
BNSF 2778 started life in 1975 with the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe as a GP39-2. It has lost its Bluebonnet paint scheme and has been assimilated into the Heritage III BNSF Borg collective.
BNSF 573 (B40-8W) engages the turbo afterburner to muscle a heavy load out of the bowl in the Denver Yard. Is it me......or does that turbo fire look....'happy'?
I think the technical term for this is 'No Bueno'. The turbo on BNSF 573 (B40-8W) is blowing flame as it pulls a heavy load out of the Denver Yard.
The Norfolk Southern pays a visit to the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado.
UP 1842 (former Southern Pacific GP40-2) shows off a new paint job in the 36th Street Yard.
Today's itinerary for the Denver Rock Island Railroad's 1083 (SW1500) is to sort a collection of gondolas in the Stockyards area.
DRIR 1083 moves a cut of gondolas along Packinghouse Road in an area known as the Stockyards. In the background is the water tower to the old Armour meat processing plant, which in the 1920's was... (more)
The engineer of BNSF 1993 (SD40-2) confers with the ground crew before climbing out of the 'bowl' that helps with the gravity feed for sorting freight cars in the Denver Yard.
You can still find former Burlington Northern SD40-2's working the Denver Yard sorting freight cars.