There is mostly light power waiting at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado. In the background you can also see a pair of former cascade green BN units working the yard.
The Park Avenue Viaduct provides a good vantage point from which to watch operations at the BNSF engine servicing facility in downtown Denver, Colorado.
You can still find some Heritage I units as well as the occasional former BN Cascade Green units working the downtown yard in Denver, Colorado.
Light power waits for the call to action at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver while 9148 (SD70ACe) moves to the island for fuel and sand.
The heavy snow is making conditions rough for trains coming out of the Denver Yard, and a loaded coal waits while yard crews struggle to clear the switches of ice.
Here we see a wide angle view from Park Avenue of the tracks supporting the BNSF engine servicing facility in downtown Denver, Colorado. This is a great place to watch trains if you are visiting ... (more)
A pair of Executive Grinstein MAC's are spotted in the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver, Colorado.
There is not a lot to see on this day in the BNSF engine servicing yard, but what is there provides a splash of Burlington Northern Cascade Green and BNSF orange.
Warbonnet BNSF 738 (Dash 9) still looks good and brings a bit of color to the otherwise orange BNSF yard in Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 278 (SD75I) is another former Warbonnet that has been assimilated into the pumpkin collective.
The BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver has seen an increase in the number of engines waiting for service or the call to duty.
RTD has started testing the commuter rail line that runs to Thornton which is north of Denver, Colorado. The riders will get a great view of the BNSF engine servicing facility and the large freig... (more)
There are some visitors to the BNSF engine servicing facility, including a couple Norfolk Southern and Union Pacific units.
A few notable visitors to the Denver BNSF engine servicing facility include a Ferromex ACe and two Executive MACs.
The BNSF engine servicing facility has a few notable visitors, including two Warbonnets, one KCS Belle and a Norfolk Southern unit waiting for assignments.