A few visitors (KCS, CSX and UP) mix with the usual crowd at the engine servicing facility in Denver.
Looks like BNSF 200 (SD75M formerly numbered as 8200) could use a little rust mitigation on the cab roof.
HLCX (GP38-2) with mismatched number boards heads for the 36th Street Yard.
Southbound on the Joint Line near Union Station.
BNSF 7331 (ES44DC) brings a fright through the sweeping curve which will take it to the Denver Yard
My two favorite locomotive paint schemes meet at South Denver. The Rio Grande unit is a SD40T-2.
Inside the belly of the beast.
Here we see the effects of running through the 6.6 mile long Moffat Tunnel - some of the grimiest UP power I have seen waiting in the north end of the North Yard.
BNSF 2306 will soon be paired with another GP38-2 and head to the Denver Yard to sort freight cars.
A couple SD40-2's move over the South Platte River from the Denver Yard.
A recently renumbered Santa Fe Bluebonnet is repositioned in the engine yard in Denver.
An ex SOO SD60 adds to a colorful lash-up waiting to head to the Denver Yard.
As the ever present Canadian geese fly north, BNSF 4099 (Dash 9) does solo duty on a string of freight in the Denver Yard.
BNSF 1760 (SD40-2) runs hood first as it pulls a string of tank cars from the refinery area in northeast Denver.
BNSF 2273 (GP38-2) glows thanks to a bright Colorado sunrise.