The BNSF team finalize plans before Exec MAC 9709 moves across the road and begins assembling a train in the small yard in Golden, Colorado.
BNSF 2392 (GP39-3) runs the ridge along Barr Lake, Colorado.
An outbound container train has left the UP yard in Cheyenne, Wyoming and meets an inbound freight that will soon arrive in the massive yard.
Light power helps sort cars in the Union Pacific's North Yard.
A former Canadian National GP40-2LW, now running for OmniTRAX, makes a run to a pulp wood facility south of Johnstown, Colorado.
Foster Townsend Rail Logistics' FTRL 8201 (ex-Canadian Pacific), was spotted in the Denver Yard waiting to lash up to an outbound freight.
As long as the flooding in Nebraska keeps disrupting the Boeing trains, the special cargo will continue to be routed through Denver. Here we see four 737 fuselages and three support cars at the h... (more)
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.
Drivers were doing double-takes as they drove past this scene. After all, its not every day you get to see 6 Boeing/Spirit 737's flying in tight formation through Broomfield, Colorado.
BNSF 8253 pulls a special cargo of six Boeing/Spirit 737 fuselages through Broomfield, Colorado. The flooding problems in Nebraska have resulted in these airframes passing through Colorado on thei... (more)
A trio of 'old school' BNSF power pulls a freight through Fort Collins, Colorado.
A matched set of exec MAC's pull the beer train from the Coors Brewery plant in Golden, Colorado.
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.
AMTK 133 leads the California Zephyr through the evergreens of Plainview, Colorado.
AMTK 133 leads the California Zephyr down the grade of Big Ten Curve.