BNSF 1812 sports a new paint job as it passes the weary looking old school green units in the Denver yard.
Great to see two veteran switchers together working the UP yard at 36th Street - UPY 1329 (MP15AC) and UPY 1321 (MP15AC).
The engineers are on the lookout as UP 844 makes steam while rolling into Denver on a sunny morning.
Two veteran Great Western Railway locos waiting on the outskirts of Ft Collins.
UPY 613 (GP15-1) works the overpass at 38th Street moving cars in the UP Denver yard.
A variety of BNSF power, including an ES44CE (6635), a SD40-2 (1684) and a C44-9W (5099) wait at the Denver engine yard for assignments.
One of the few signs that Denver's entire lower downtown area was once a thriving railroad industrial yard are the numerous railroad bridges from the early 1900's that span the Cherry Creek. They... (more)
The BNSF Optical Track Scanning System train is inspecting a new section of track that has been installed at the Denver engine maintenance facility.
A variety of UP muscle sit in the North Yard waiting for assignments.
Denver Rock Island Railroad 996 (NW2) making a run from Commerce City to Denver to help shuffle freight cars in a small yard at I-70 and Quebec.
UPY 681 struggles to pull a stick of cars out of the 36th Street Yard as a coal train enters the yard in the background
UP 8560 (SD70Ace) leads a team of heavies and freight into the 36th Street yard as Y661 (GP15-1) and mate wait to be called to sort the cars.
UP 844, SP heritage and cars going through Larkspur, Colorado on its way to New Mexico
The crewman of DRIR 1083 (SW1500) secures the gate after dropping off a load of cars to the Waste Management paper recycling facility in Denver.
BNSF 6386 (ES44AC) and 9847 (SD70MAC) pass BNSF 8856 (SD70MAC) while taking a load of coal south along the Brush Sub.