A colorful variety of engines wait for service or assignment at the BNSF engine facility in Denver.
A pair of Executive MACs get ready to leave the BNSF's Denver Yard. There are seemingly enough Grinstein MAC's back in service that you might get lucky and find two or three lashed together.
With more and more “Grinstein” Executive MAC's showing up for service, I wonder how long it will be before we see these too being repainted in the BNSF Heritage III scheme.
A matched set of Executive MAC's will soon leave the Denver engine facility and head to Longmont where they will spend the week running the local between Longmont and Fort Collins, Colorado.
2 executive painted MAC’s sit in BNSF’s Golden Yard across from the Coors Brewery, awating a crew.
Too bad there was not an ATSF Bluebonnet in the yard to achieve the quadfecta of the BNSF 'heritage' schemes, which include a BN Cascade Green, an Executive MAC, an ATSF Warbonnet and an ATSF Blue... (more)
BNSF 9646 (SD70MAC) joins some out-of-town visitors and a tier 4 engine while waiting for service at the Denver BNSF engine facility.
More and more MAC's are showing up in Colorado, with a noticeable uptick of MAC assisted coal trains running along the Front Range.
Executive MAC 9646 makes the turn down Mason Street in Fort Collins, Colorado.
BNSF Executive MAC 9646 runs down the center of Atwood Street in Longmont, Colorado and will deposit a long freight into the BNSF yard.
BNSF 9646 kicks up the snow as it flies through the meadows of north Longmont.
BNSF 9646 has arrived in Longmont and has just delivered its load of freight cars to the BNSF yard.
BNSF 9646 brings a freight down Mason Street in Fort Collins. It will soon travel through Fort Collins and Loveland and end up at its final destination in Longmont, Colorado.
BNSF MAC 9646 leads a freight through the fields of Longmont, Colorado.
BNSF 9646 brings a freight into Loveland, Colorado where it will collect a few more cars and then head to Longmont.