BNSF Bluebonnet #2854 (GP39-2) leads a stack out of the intermodal yard in Denver. Notice the Herzog MOW train and the UP's North Yard in the background.
Here we see a wide angle view from Park Avenue of the tracks supporting the BNSF engine servicing facility in downtown Denver, Colorado. This is a great place to watch trains if you are visiting ... (more)
You can also currently find a number of former Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway engines working the Denver Yard. Basking in the last minutes of a Colorado sunset, here we see 2854 (GP39-2) b... (more)
BNSF twice a week northbound Pikes Peak Local passing through Palmer Lake after an April snow
Bluebonnet BNSF 6047 (GP39-2) gets help from a crewman to guide it back to the intermodal facility, which coincidentally sits next to the UP's North Yard.
You can still find former AT&SF Bluebonnets running around the Denver BNSF yards.
Come visit Denver if you want to see the full color spectrum of BNSF power. On any given day you can find pumpkins, Warbonnets, Bluebonnets, Executives and a variety of Cascade Green BN units eit... (more)
BNSF's twice weekly northbound Pikes Peak Local passing Palmer Lake
It is a busy morning in lot 5 of the BNSF Intermodal Facility in north Denver. BNSF 2854 and mate head toward the camera, runing long hood forward after dropping off a load of empty container cars... (more)
This GP39-2 was built in 1975 for the AT&SF and has retained her iconic paint through the years. On this day the engine had solo duties sorting gondolas in the Denver stock yards, running a mere ... (more)
There is a friendly wave between crews as BNSF 2854 gets ready to switch tracks while BNSF 6377 brings an empty coal train into the Denver Yard.
There are a number of Bluebonnet Geeps that work the Denver Yard shuffling cars. BNSF 2854 (GP39-2) still looks good on point.