BNSF 8900 runs down Atwood Street in Longmont, Colorado, pulling a freight from Fort Collins. The upside down writing on the jeep windshield says "If you can read this flip me over!"
UP 7107 (AC4400CW) teams up with a couple of pumpkins and gets ready to receive some sand and fuel at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado.
When the BNSF runs a load of freight to clients in Broomfield, Colorado they will stop at Burns Junction in Westminster and swap an engine from the front to the rear, which then leads the train as... (more)
BNSF 3160 (GP50) pushes back down the Broomfield spur to drop off a load of freight cards. If you look closely you can see an engine on the far end, making for this unique pull me - push you cons... (more)
When's the last time you saw two former Burlington Northern engines and one is pulling a BN caboose?
OmniTRAX's 3144 (SD40-3) pulls a sand train out of the BNSF's North Yard in Fort Collins.
You can usually find a variety of light power in the UP's North Yard. Here we se UP 1357 (GP40-2), UP 1598 (SD40N), UPY 586 (GP15-1) and UP 801 GP38-2).
The snow is falling at a heavy rate as the two yard crew try to finish sorting a cut of freight cars in the North Yard with UP 712 (GP38-2).
Warbonnet 521 (B40-8W) carried the uniquely oversized BNSF letters on the doors.
A pair of aces and a Canadian National visitor from the north wait in the Denver engine servicing yard for assignments.
BNSF 2897 (GP39M) waits its turn for servicing at the Denver facility.
BNSF 798 crosses the Rio Grande bridge in Monument, Colorado.
The Walt Disney World Monorail Coral passes in front of the iconic EPCOT ball as it heads to the station.
BNSF 6701 (ES44C4) leads an autorack train up to Burns Junction on its way to Denver, Colorado.
OMLX 3146 (SD40-3) crosses the Cache la Poudre River with a load of hoppers.