The end of the line might be near for some of the Denver Rock Island Railroad's clients in the industrial area known as the Stockyards. The land will soon be transformed thanks to nearly a $Billi... (more)
Riders on the California Zephyr get a good look at BNSF 3127, a former Burlington Northern GP50 that is waiting for service or an assignment at the Denver engine servicing facility.
A trio of light power, lead by BNSF 3160 (a GP50 built in 1985 for the Burlington Northern) passes by the cooling lakes for the Valmont Power Plant in Boulder, Colorado.
BNSF 3127 (a former BN GP50 built in 1985) greets the California Zephyr as it leaves Denver Union Station.
A matched set of Executive MAC's will soon leave the Denver engine facility and head to Longmont where they will spend the week running the local between Longmont and Fort Collins, Colorado.
Warbonnet 794 waits in the pumpkin patch for an assignment.
UP 6701 (AC4400CW) crosses over a stone archway as it heads into Palmer Lake, Colorado.
CITIRAIL 1346 (ES44AC) and Executive MAC 9429 shove a loaded coal train through Larkspur, Colorado.
BNSF 4254 (ES44C4) shoves an oil can train past the UP's North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
After passing through Sedalia, Colorado, BNSF 5954 (ES44AC) leads the train through Castle Rock on its way to Palmer Lake.
BNSF 5954 (ES44AC) pulls a loaded coal train through Douglas County on its way to Sedalia, Colorado.
With just a few minutes of sunlight left, UP 6701 (AC4400CW) serpentines towards Palmer Lake, Colorado.
BNSF 7132 (ES44C4) leads a freight between some old cotton wood trees in Loveland, Colorado.
BNSF 5954 (ES44AC) splits the pines as it leads a loaded coal train into Sedalia, Colorado.
Too bad there was not an ATSF Bluebonnet in the yard to achieve the quadfecta of the BNSF 'heritage' schemes, which include a BN Cascade Green, an Executive MAC, an ATSF Warbonnet and an ATSF Blue... (more)