The lone BNSF 1844 moves cars around the Pueblo Yard carrying items that are either consumed or produced by the local manufactures in this town.
The slick looking 1844 performs early morning switching in the classification tracks as today’s DENAMS waits for a crew on th... (more)
The 1844 leads a pair of Dash 9s as they slowly reverse towards a coupling with some scrap gondolas while the Y202 and its remote controlled locomotives move cars around in the RIP track.
The "hill cut" continues to move cars and locomotives within the confines of Pueblo yard while the PUE202 crew and their remote contr... (more)
BNSF 1844 idles beside the yard tower and provides a nice view into the classification tracks of the former Santa Fe hump yard that used to be located here.
With part of its early mornings switching done, the lone engine of today's BNSF "hill cut" local heads to the departure yard to retrieve a pair of Dash 9 locos before heading off to the steel mill... (more)
Some older BNSF EMD's slide into town with a short train moving towards a Lime facility to spot empty's and pick up some loads before tying down in the same yard for a return trip to Denver early ... (more)
The evolution of BNSF's paint schemes are seen on power being shuffled around by today's Pueblo local, with tomorrow's U-PUESFA weari... (more)
A trio of EMD SD40-2 locomotives pulls its train out of the former classification yard built in 1950 by the Santa Fe and prepares for another day working the mighty Evraz Rocky Mountain rail mill.
The daily "Hill Cut" with loads of steel plate and empty rail flatcars powers up and passes underneath I-25 as well as a loaded Union... (more)
The conductor and brakeman of the "hill cut" discuss their next move as they begin today's work of sorting cars and building their train. Soon they will couple up to the more)
The three BNSF Locals that originate in Longmont use a variety of Power that can range from a regular GP unit to an EMD SD60 and sometimes an Oakway. Seen are some examples that you might see.