A Cascade Dash 2 leads the twice weekly Pikes Peak Local into Castle Rock on the Colorado Joint Line, as the Front Range of the Rockies loom in the background.
One of the last remaining BN painted motors in the Denver area spots loaded autoracks at Big Lift for unloading on the Colorado Joint Line, with the Front Range of the Rockies looming.
Three SD40 types in three different BNSF paint schemes round the curve into small town Sedalia with the Pikes Peak Local on the Colorado Joint Line.
BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) pulls a freight out of the Denver Yard for sorting.
One of the few remaining BN painted motors in the Denver area leads the Pikes Peak Local into Castle Rock, CO on the Joint Line.
A Cascade dash-2 leads the twice weekly Pikes Peak Local south on the Colorado Joint Line through Sedalia.
BNSF 1933 is one of the many recently repainted former Burlington Northern units of the BNSF fleet. Gone is the BN Cascade Green in favor of the Heritage III scheme.
Two visitors from the north (Canadian Pacific and Canadian National) occupy the engine servicing yard along with a former Burlington Northern SD40-2.
BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) crosses over the South Platte River with a freight out of the Denver Yard.
With about 5 minutes of evening sunlight left, BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) heads from the Denver Yard to the engine servicing facility.
BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) has pulled a cut of freight cars out of the Denver yard and will spend the next 15 minutes slowly humping the cars back into the ladder.
BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) climbs out of the Denver Yard with a freight.
Two former BN units lead by BNSF 1933 (SD40-2) take a freight over the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins.
With 3 SD40-2s leading the way, the Longmont Switch pulls up the nearly 1.8% grade of Derby Hill out of Loveland, CO. The horseshoe curve and longer-than-normal train meant this train was WORKING,... (more)
Here we see three of the many former Burlington Northern engines that regularly work the Denver Yard