During the summer of 2011, when floods wreaked havoc with rail service in the Midwest, the BNSF hauled Boeing 737-800 fuselages through Denver. This particular plane now flies for Delta Airlines.... (more)
Rear end of a coal train crawls along the Loop as a storm passes through Denver.
Two remote control operators take the 39 year old UPY 1324 (MP15DC) into the North Yard.
It is a busy morning at the Denver BNSF engine servicing facility, with a number of units waiting for service.
A variety of UP power wait for assignments in the North Yard.
One of the most faded of the BNSF Warbonnets, 520 still carries the Santa Fe lettering on the sides as well as on the cigar band.
A former UP engine returns to the UP North Yard as a freshly painted HLCX GP38-2.
Every now and then you can find a special paint scheme in the rail yards, such as this UP veteran box car which still carries the 1960's slogan Automated Railway. Although a bit faded, it is amaz... (more)
With the sun just peeking over the horizon, the engineer gives the window a good cleaning before heading out of the Denver Yard.
Remote control conjoined MP15DC’s work the North Yard.
A Warbonnet double header heads into the Denver Yard with a mixed freight.
The UP power that is often assigned to the 36th Street Yard tends to be reliable but older units like UPY 577 (GP15-1 built in 1976) and UP 1343 (GP40-2 built in 1974).
A trio of EMD's are in the 36th Street Yard - UP 2361 (SD60M) waits for an assignment while UP 1211 (GP39-2) and UP 1425 (GP40-2) sort cars.
Utah Central Railway 3104 needs a little paint, but still looks good while waiting for service in the Denver engine facility.
UP 2300 is ready to lead a mixed freight out of the North Yard, while UPY 1324 (MP15DC) assembles cars for another string.