A colorful lashup crosses the South Platte River while leaving the Denver Yard.
BNSF 1675 (former BN SD40-2 recently painted to the Heritage III scheme) pulls a cut of cars out of the Denver Yard for sorting.
BNSF 1675, a former Burlington Northern SD40-2, gets ready to shove a cut of oil cans into one of the refineries in Commerce City, Colorado.
BNSF 1675 leaves the Denver Yard and heads to the UP's 36th Street Yard with a string of tank cars.
A couple of former BN units pull a freight out of the Denver Yard over the South Platte River.
A couple of former Burlington Northern engines leave the Denver Yard and cross over the South Platte Rive.r
BNSF 1675 and 1933, both SD40-2's, push a freight back into the Denver Yard. There were six former Cascade Green Burlington Northern units working the yard today.
Two former BN units work the Denver Yard. You can still find a number of SD40-2 units (at least for now) working the yard sorting cars.
The snow covers a colorful assortment of light power waiting at the Denver BNSF engine servicing facility.
A pair of 'old school' units make their way to the Denver Yard under the watchful eye of a crewman.
'Frozen in Time'. A variety of light power sits in the BNSF Denver engine servicing yard in sub-freezing temperatures, waiting for the call to separate and take on assigned freight duties.
Four M1A1 Abrams tanks are among the cars being sorted in the Denver Yard by two SD40-2's - BNSF 1675 and 1914.
With the sun just peeking over the horizon, the engineer gives the window a good cleaning before heading out of the Denver Yard.
The BNSF local has rearranged their consist to go switch the Lime facility a few miles to the south.
BNSF's twice a week southbound Pikes Peak Local was climbing into Larkspur