The Hudson Turn, led by BNSF 3001, moves at normal track speed on it's return to Denver after completeing switching duties at the Rescar facility in East Hudson, CO.
After working at Rescar for most of the morning, the Hudson Turn returns back to Denver to do some work near Sand Creek and will eventually head back into the BNSF 31st Street Yard.
A pair of BNSF Geeps, that were recently repainted, are seen sitting on the House Track at Longmont, CO waiting for their next assignment.
On a sunny Wintry December morning, the Buck Local led by BNSF's only New Image GP40-2 Rebuilt and a Warbonnet GP60M are tied down on the siding at Longs Peak.
BNSF 3001 waits on a storage siding during a cold afternoon in Longmont, CO. The two brooms attached to the front of the unit are appropriate do to recent snowy weather.
BNSF 3001 and 141 are parked and tied down on a storage siding, after completeing a morning of switch jobs.
After pulling into Longmont, Colorado, BNSF 3001 and BNSF 141 sit on the siding track.
The crew on this Buck Local went DOL. The train is tied down at Longs Peak, CO, with a freshly painted BNSF 3001 on the point.
Light engine transfer with a mixbag of power.