The BNSF engine servicing facility has a few notable visitors, including two Warbonnets, one KCS Belle and a Norfolk Southern unit waiting for assignments.
A Canadian National visitor sits amongst the pumpkins in the BNSF engine yard in Denver, Colorado.
Some colorful visitors sit amongst the pumpkins in the BNSF engine servicing yard in Denver.
Its good to see a Warbonnet back in the Denver area.
A nice variety of power can be seen in this shot of the BNSF engine servicing yard.
A colorful variety of engines wait for service or assignment at the BNSF engine facility in Denver.
A grisly looking Warbonnet waits for assignment at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado.
I was surprised to see a Warbonnet and two Bluebonnets in the BNSF engine servicing yard. It's becoming harder to find them in the Denver area, let alone three at one time.
A unique visitor to the Denver BNSF yard is BCOL 4645 (Dash 944CW), teamed up with a pony and a pumpkin as they head to the servicing island at the Denver engine facility.
Lots to see on this day at the BNSF engine servicing facility, including visitors from the north (Canadian National), south (Ferromex) and east (Norfolk Southern).
The California Zephyr arrives in Denver and passes through the BNSF's engine servicing yard. An interesting visitor spotted in the yard is DOTX 221, a passenger car built in 1954 and now serving ... (more)
It is well below freezing and it almost appears as though the light power are huddling for warmth.
With more and more “Grinstein” Executive MAC's showing up for service, I wonder how long it will be before we see these too being repainted in the BNSF Heritage III scheme.
Warbonnet 689 (DASH 9) gets repositioned in the BNSF engine servicing yard in Denver, moving past a visiting UP SD70ACe.
I wonder how long until the BNSF paints some Tier 4 engines in the heritage colors of BN Cascade Green and an ATSF Warbonnet.