A pair of Bluebonnets hold down the BNSF Engine Servicing Facility. BNSF 577 (8-40B) and BNSF 2854 (GP39-2) represent a combined 67 years of service in AT&SF markings.
Storm clouds pound the area with rain while sun catches a variety of BNSF power waiting in the engine servicing facility. On this day there was also a visiting Ferromex as well as a long line of ... (more)
AMTK 132 backs into Denver Union Station, passing through the BNSF Engine Servicing Facility.
It's not often that you find a Southern Pacific unit sitting with a Warbonnet. These two were waiting in the BNSF Engine Servicing Facility for their respective assignments.
BNSF 1984 (SD40-2) is repositioned in the engine servicing yard while crews group other power to match either coal or freight assignments.
BNSF 2625 (GP39-3) and 2897 (GP39M) get repositioned after being serviced at the BNSF engine facility in Denver.
The geese are flying north as a cold January morning finds a variety of BNSF power waiting for servicing and assignments in the BNSF engine facility in Denver.
Although it has rained nearly every day these past two weeks, in the brief moments that the sun is out, there are opportunities for reflection shots due to the standing water.
It looks like Ferromex 4643 has a touch of the "Warbonnet Fade".
Heavy snow has blanketed a visiting UP SD60M in the BNSF engine servicing facility yard.
CEFX 3181, a former Burlington Northern SD40-2, adds a splash of color to an already colorful lineup of BNSF engines. BNSF 1933 is also a SD40-2 while BNSF 2704 is a GP39-2.
On this day UP and CSX visitors outnumber the BNSF engines at the Denver BNSF engine servicing facility.
A line of 8 pumpkins holds one track at the engine servicing facility in Denver while 8 others gather behind.
Engines wait in the yard of the BNSF engine servicing facility while in the background a coal train comes out of the Denver Yard, and two light engines hump cars for a later train.
Three Warbonnets are among the engines that will spend the night in the BNSF engine servicing yard, along with a couple of visitors from the Union Pacific.