Foster Townsend Rail Logistics' FTRL 8201 (ex-Canadian Pacific), was spotted in the Denver Yard waiting to lash up to an outbound freight.
The California Zephyr slowly passes through the Denver Yard as workers replace a section of bad rail.
A pair of Executive MACs get ready to leave the BNSF's Denver Yard. There are seemingly enough Grinstein MAC's back in service that you might get lucky and find two or three lashed together.
You can still find former Burlington Northern Cascade Green SD40-2's working the Denver Yard, but you better hurry as they are quickly being painted into the H3 swoosh scheme.
You can always find a nice variety of light and heavy power at the BNSF's Denver Yard.
BNSF 1680 (SD40-2) works the Denver Yard sorting freight cars.
BNSF 1789 is yet another former Burlington Northern Cascade Green SD40-2 veteran that has been repainted in the BNSF Heritage III scheme. The BN green units are fast disappearing.
Three heavies line up in the Denver Yard waiting for clearance to leave. BNSF 1966 (SD40-2) has just finished assembling a fourth train.
BNSF 3020 (GP40M) is one of the many former BN units that can be found working the Denver Yard.
BNSF 1684 (SD40-2) gets repositioned in the Denver Yard and will soon be shuffling more freight cars.
When's the last time you saw two former Burlington Northern engines and one is pulling a BN caboose?
Former Burlington Northern engine 1680 (SD40-2) shows the other engines who's boss in the Denver Yard.
A string of Rio Grande SW-1000s moves through the diesel service area in Denver.
BNSF 7799 (ES44DC) pulls a freight out of the Denver Yard.
BNSF 1675 (SD40-2) turns the corner that will take the oil cans from BNSF's Denver Yard to the UP's 36th Street Yard.