At what first appears to be a bunch of BNSF pumpkins, if you look closely you will see three soon-to-be heritage paint schemes for the BNSF, including a Warbonnet, a Bluebonnet, and a Cascade Gree... (more)
Its the 'blue hour' on the RTD Commuter Rail line.
UP 1842 (former Southern Pacific GP40-2) shows off a new paint job in the 36th Street Yard.
The 36th Street Yard is always active, with Geeps usually working the adjacent intermodal facility and sorting freight in the yard, and heavies ready to take finished trains out of town.
The UP has slowly been repainting their aged fleet of ex Missouri Pacific GP15-1's and UPY 629 is one of the latest. Here it sits under the pedestrian bridge at the 36th Street Yard which links a... (more)
With only about 10 minutes of evening sun left, BNSF 6072 (ES44AC) pulls a heavy freight of scrap metal gondolas from the Denver Yard. As the trio of engines strain to get the string moving, the ... (more)
Two pairs of Geeps work the 36th Street Yard in Denver. Both UPY 577 (GP15-1) and UP 703 (GP38-2) are former Missouri Pacific engines.
Geeps dominate the 36th Street Yard in Denver
UP 688 (ex Missouri Pacific GP38-2) sits in the 36th Street Yard as the A Line commuter train leaves the Rino District station.
UPY 577 (GP5-1) pulls hard on a string of freight in the 36th Street Yard
UPY 577 holds station in the 36th Street Yard while the 'Train to the Plane' commuter train that runs from downtown Denver to Denver International Airport arrives at the adjacent station.
UP 695 (GP15-1) get repositioned in the 36th Street Yard by a couple remote engineers, one sporting unique headwear.
Geep 661 waits for orders in the 36th Street Yard.
UP 2413 (SD60M) moves past UPY 661 (GP15-1) and heads to a waiting train in the 36th Street Yard.
A Smurf among giants.