The Rocky Mountains provide the backdrop to the view of the 36th Street Yard.
UPY 625 (GP15-1) gets ready to sort a string of freight in the 36th Street Yard
CSXT 539 (AC4400CW) arrives at the 36th Street Yard and holds beneath the pedestrian bridge which spans the yard.
Two of UP's recently refurbished SD40N units sit idle in the 36th Street Yard.
U.S. Army engine 6522 holds station in the UP's 36th Street Yard in Denver.
UPY 625 (GP15-1) works hard to pull a string of freight out of the 36th Street Yard for sorting.
Here we see the controls associated with the right seat in the cab of UP 844. The steam locomotive engineer controls the throttle, brakes, whistle and reversing gear from this position. The opti... (more)
The office of UP 844, as viewed from the right seat. The UP was thorough with the recent refurbishment, leaving no system untouched.
Soon UP 844 will be taking the lucky ticket lottery winners from Denver to Cheyenne for the Cheyenne Frontier Days. The UP completely refurbished this steam-powered marvel over the last two years... (more)
The nerve center of UP 844
Here we see a wide view of the 36th Street Yard, with the operations building across the tracks from the new 'A-Line' commuter rail station.
A newly rebuilt UP 1826 (SD40N) works the last car in a string in the 36th Street Yard while UP 6609 (AC4400CW) waits for orders.
The 36th Street Yard in Denver is a good place to watch trains. You can usually find a nice variety of Geeps working to assemble trains and a variety of heavies ready to take the cars to parts un... (more)
The crew of UP 695 (GP38-2) passes UPY 661 (GP15-1) as they head for another string of cars in the 36th Street Yard
UP 7052 (AC4400CW) waits for a train to be assembled by the many Geeps working the 36th Street Yard.