A group of locomotives gather at the BNSF’s 23rd Street locomotive facility in Denver, Colorado, on May 14, 2017. There were over a dozen SD40-2s at the terminal this particular day, with several ... (more)
A colorful collection of engines sit idle in Longmont including BNSF green and orange, UP yellow, Warbonnet red .......and pink.
It's a colorful fall lashup as BNSF 1978 (SD40-2), NREX 5962 (a former UP SD60), and BNSF 1789 (SD40-2) idle near the old depot in Longmont Colorado.
After getting their work between and permission through a Form B, the Longmont Switch crosses over the Cache La Poudre River in Fort Collins on a sunny, but windy afternoon.
After doing work in Loveland and Berthoud, the Longmont Switch led by two SD40-2's and a B40-8W round the s-curve just outside of Berthoud as they head back to Longmont.
The SD40-2 power for today’s Pikes Peak Local has just cut away from its cars near the Lhoist North America silos and now mo... (more)
Five of a Kind. A quintella of SD40-2’s make for a special sight at the BNSF engine shop. Soon the four lead units will head to the yard and break into pairs for the day’s work.
BNSF 1978 rests in front of the yard tower and awaits today's crew that will bring it to life moving loaded gons of scrap steel and empty rail flats around Pueblo.
BNSF Y-PUE101 couples onto its train in the receiving/departure yard of Pueblo while fellow EMDs idle two tracks over. A bare table train of TTX spine cars can be seen in the distance as it waits... (more)
The Hill Cut is almost done putting its train together as is it continues to build it in the Receiving/Departure yard of Pueblo with vintage power on the point.
Lots of EMD power sits in the former Santa Fe yard in Pueblo on a bright and sunny day.
Home Sweet Home BNSF 1978 started out life as Colorado & Southern 996 in Feb. 1974 and now returns back to home rails as it leads today's Hill Cut to work a familiar customer in that of th... (more)
An SD45-2 sandwich will be the power for today's Pueblo Local as it rests near the fuel track while the Union Pacific yard engines go about sorting cars in the former Rio Grande yard.
Y-PUE101, also know as the "hill cut" has just reversed back and coupled onto its cars for local customers Evraz Rocky Mountain Steel and Vestas, a wind turbine tower manufacturer. The former San... (more)