BNSF 2967 was built in 1964 as a GP35 for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, and was rebuilt later into a GP39V. Although a bit faded, it represented well the Burlington Northern fleet that was... (more)
A few years ago it was not uncommon to see a number of cascade green units working the Denver Yard. They have become more of an oddity now as the BNSF is repainting former BN and ATSF units into ... (more)
A pair of cascade green geeps are pulling back onto the mainline after switching JBS Swift.
The BNSF runs a variety of former BN cascade green engines in the Denver Yard, including GP39's and SD40-2's.
This GP39V, still wearing a faded Burlington Northern paint scheme, was built in 1964 as a GP35.
BNSF Pikes Peak Local heading south on the Joint Line at the "sag" a couple miles north of Palmer Lake
BNSF's twice weekly (through Larkspur) southbound Pikes Peak Local crosses the often photographed exSanta Fe bridge over Spruce Mtn Road on the south side of Larkspur
BNSF's twice weekly southbound Pikes Peak Local was passing through the "sag" a couple miles north of Palmer Lake
BNSF 2967 (GP39-V) is working the Denver Yard.
Rolling along the jointed rail at 10 MPH west of Hygiene, the Longmont Turn takes a cut of cement hoppers to the CEMEX Plant in Medberry.
Continuing west, we catch up with them as they continue to roll along at 10 MPH. They are seen approaching the small town of Hygiene.
Led by a GP39V still in BN paint, the Longmont Turn slowly accelerates away from the Valmont power plant heading toward it's next assignment on a warm January afternoon.
BNSF 2967 (GP39V) and 2308 (GP38-2) are spotted idling next to an industrial building in Longmont, Colorado.
The Longmont Turn on the right patiently waits on the Turkey Lead for the Laurel, MT to Denver, CO Manifest to clear, seen here on the right. The DPU is currently passing the Colorado and Southern... (more)