A former Santa Fe SD40-2 splits an untouched set of Santa Fe searchlight signals at Santa Fe Junction. This train is the BNSF's Argentine to KCS's Knoche Yard transfer heading back to Argentine fr... (more)
A SD40-2 in AT&SF Bluebonnet markings. It does not get much better than that on a day of watching trains.
A couple of 'old school' painted light power units (BNSF 1802 is a SD40-2 and BNSF 2702 is a GP39-2) sit next to a line of heavy power units being serviced.
Two workhorses of the Denver Yard - BNSF 1802 (SD40-2) and BNSF 2317 (GP38-2)
The Pikes Peak Local heads back north on the Joint Line. (Thank you to Joe B. for acting as tour guide this day.)
BNSF 1802 (SD40-2) and mate head into the Denver Yard for a day of shuffling freight cars.
After picking up loaded auto racks at the Voltz Mixing Center, NS D70 heads for Argentine yard.
BNSF 1802, originally ATSF 5032, is now in charge of moving transfers around the Kansas City metro.
Still one of the best paint schemes there is - a SD40-2 in AT&SF yellow and blue.
BNSF 1802 leads an all ex-Santa Fe consist of two SD40-2's and a SD40-2R (former SD45-2). This is a transfer of autoracks from NS's Avondale Yard to Argentine Yard.
A pair of Ex-ATSF Units bring the daily NS Transfer from NS Voltz Yard to BNSF Argentine Yard through Santa Fe Jct.
The windows of cab BNSF 1802 (SD40-2) get a good cleaning early in the morning before the crew heads out to the yard.
This ex-Santa Fe unit, that most likely has seen a lot of service in its time, is seen sitting on an Industrial siding near the BNSF Depot awaiting its next assignment.
A pair of ex-Santa Fe EMD SD40-2's, one in the original paint scheme, the other re-painted to the H1 BNSF scheme, are currently in service on the BNSF Longmont Turn.
Along I-25 near Tomah Road, BNSF 1802 moves south into Larkspur.