Its Throwback Thursday as two BN units (BNSF 2897 is a GP39M and BNSF 1415 is a SD60M) wait for servicing in the Denver BNSF engine facility.
One of the better looking Warbonnets sits in the BNSF engine serving facility along with low-number CSX 14.
A wide angle view of the BNSF engine servicing facility catches a colorful variety of power from different flags, including BNSF (including 2 former ATSF Bluebonnets, 4 former BN units and a Warbo... (more)
It is an active and colorful day at the BNSF engine servicing facility. Visitors from the Union Pacific, Canadian Pacific, Norfolk Southern and Citirail hold spaces in the yard. You can also spo... (more)
Found waiting in the BNSF engine servicing yard is PRLX 1502, a SW1500 (or is it a MP15?) belonging to Progress Rail Services. The lettering on the cab also notes “A Caterpillar Company”, a refer... (more)
There are a few interesting visitors in the BNSF engine servicing yard, including a visiting Union Pacific engine and four RTD commuter rail cars that will eventually carry passengers from Denver'... (more)
A visiting Canadian National engine sits in the BNSF engine servicing yard.
Early morning storm clouds provide a dramatic backdrop to a bright sunrise over the BNSF engine servicing facility.
A bright Colorado sunrise catches two veteran BN units in the yard of the Denver engine servicing facility. BNSF 2700 is a GP39-2 built for Burlington Northern in 1981, and BNSF 1961 is a SD40-2 ... (more)
On this day in the BNSF engine servicing yard there are a couple of Union Pacific engines nestled with the BNSF power. A far more common sight from what I have observed than seeing BNSF engines i... (more)
In 2011, more often than not you could find a Ferromex engine in the BNSF engine servicing facility. Now they appear far less frequently.
BNSF 1444 (SD60M) is on point while spending the afternoon shuffling cars in and out of the classification yard in Denver. These two veteran BN engines are just a sample of the variety of power t... (more)
A colorful lineup can usually be found at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver.
The geese are starting to fly, which means that it is only a matter of time before the BNSF pumpkins match the fall colors.
And the award for 'Most Faded Paint On An Active Engine' goes to..........