BNSF 5251 leads a mixed freight along the ridge in Westminster, Colorado.
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.
The 36th Street Yard is always active, with Geeps usually working the adjacent intermodal facility and sorting freight in the yard, and heavies ready to take finished trains out of town.
RTD commuter train 4004 (Hyundai Eagle P3) leaves Denver Union Station and heads on the B Line towards the new station in Westminster, Colorado. The 6 mile journey takes approximately 12 minutes ... (more)
AMTK 139 backs the California Zephyr through the myriad of RTD commuter rail catenary structures and into Denver Union Station.
A unique load of steel on flatcars gets sorted in the UP's North Yard.
A pair of Executive Macs cross a street in Longmont, Colorado.
The UP has slowly been repainting their aged fleet of ex Missouri Pacific GP15-1's and UPY 629 is one of the latest. Here it sits under the pedestrian bridge at the 36th Street Yard which links a... (more)
This shiny red SD40-2 was originally built as a SD40 in 1969 for the Canadian National Railway. Today it helps OmniTRAX with the local beer runs to and from the Budweiser Brewing plant and runnin... (more)
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's SW1500 crosses Packinghouse Road in Denver.
With only about 10 minutes of evening sun left, BNSF 6072 (ES44AC) pulls a heavy freight of scrap metal gondolas from the Denver Yard. As the trio of engines strain to get the string moving, the ... (more)
Two pairs of Geeps work the 36th Street Yard in Denver. Both UPY 577 (GP15-1) and UP 703 (GP38-2) are former Missouri Pacific engines.
Geeps dominate the 36th Street Yard in Denver
UP 688 (ex Missouri Pacific GP38-2) sits in the 36th Street Yard as the A Line commuter train leaves the Rino District station.