A heavy March snow storm requires that the crew of UP 1507 (GP40M-2) be extra attentive to the switches in the North Yard in Denver, Colorado.
BNSF 7337 (ES44DC) leads 5 other BNSF heavies and a long grain train past the BNSF intermodal facility on its way the Denver Yard.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's 02 (former Mount Hood Railroad GP38-2) works a small yard in the central part of the Denver, Colorado.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad is not operating out of their new facility which is just north of the Stockyards redevelopment. DRIR 88 (a former Mount Hood Railroad GP9) sits with the other swit... (more)
Canadian Pacific Railway 8114 (AC4400CWM) leads a grain train through downtown Denver, Colorado. With the merger of the CP and KCS railroads we are likely to see more CP/KCS trains coming through... (more)
Birds of a feather. While it was a surprise to see 3 former Burlington Norther Cascade Green units sitting together at the BNSF engine servicing facility, it was actually four former BN units sit... (more)
BNSF 521 (B40-8W) has lost its Warbonnet paint and is now painted in the Heritage III scheme.
This is one of my father's earliest pictures in Denver. PA-1 6003 leads a PB-1 on a passenger train at Denver Union Station circa 1960. R. T. Steinbrenner Photo
The massive March 'Snowmageddon' snow storm that dropped 2 to 3 feet of snow along the Front Range of Colorado stopped train traffic for two days. As evidenced by the snow drift on the tracks in ... (more)
The massive snow storm not only shut down the BNSF for two days but also stopped all Union Pacific Traffic (as well as all RTD light rail and commuter trains). Tracks remain snow covered with sno... (more)
The calm after the storm. As evidenced by the lack of tracks in the fresh snow, the massive snow storm that dropped 24 to 36 inches of snow along the Colorado Front Range shut down rail service f... (more)
The heavy snow from the March snow storm is leaving its mark on the power sitting in the yard of the BNSF engine servicing facility.
The huge storm that pounded the Colorado Front Range created near whiteout conditions. Forecasts called for 3 to 4 feet of snow in the foothills area of Colorado.
A storm with blizzard winds and three fee of snow socked the Colorado Front Range, frosting these BNSF power units while they wait for their respective orders.
A strong snow storm plasters BNSF 3005 (GP40M) as it works the Denver Yard.