The California Zephyr arrives in Denver and crosses the South Platte River before backing in to Denver's Union Station
OmniTRAX's SD40-3 leads a freight to the BNSF North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado.
A colorful lashup crosses the South Platte River while leaving the Denver Yard.
BNSF 1684 was built in 1973 for the Burlington Northern and wore Cascade Green for the majority of its life until merged into the BNSF.
BNSF 2358 is another power unit with an interesting history. This unit was built in 1972 for the Saint Louis-San Francisco Railroad and then hired on with the Burlington Northern before being mer... (more)
WOW - what a lot to see today in the BNSF Engine Servicing Facility yard in Denver. Aside from a couple visiting Norfolk Southern units and a couple BNSF Heritage I units, there were two Federal ... (more)
One of the more uniquely painted BNSF power units was BNSF 2043 (GP38-2). This engine started life in 1971 as a GP38 for the Penn Central Railroad, then worked for Conrail and then GATX before be... (more)
BNSF 1760 heads to the Denver Yard for a day of sorting freight cars.
KCS 4789 (ES44AC) heads to the Denver Yard.
Two UP heavies hold in the 36th Street Yard while the light power sorts cars.
UP 688 (GP38-2) and UPY 586 (GP15-1) have somehow avoided the refresh program. Here they team up to move cars in the UP's North Yard in Denver.
BNSF 2183 (GP38) and 2809 (GP39M) represent a combined 104 years of service. 2183 was built in 1970 for the Penn Central Railroad and 2809 was originally built for the Union Pacific as a GP30 in ... (more)
BNSF 1684 (SD40-2) meets the California Zephyr in the Denver Yard.
With storm clouds brewing, UP 700 (GP38-2) leads two other units into the North Yard
BNSF 7028 (ES44C4) pulls a southbound freight up the hill to Broomfield as a northbound freight holds on the siding.