The heavies wait at the BNSF engine servicing facility for orders while a colorful lash-up works a string of freight in the Denver Yard.
Its a new day and soon the fleet of SD40-2's will be in the Denver Yard sorting freight.
Commuter train RTD 4024 makes a run on the B line between Denver's Union Station and Westminster, Colorado.
A morning visit to the 36th Street Yard in Denver find a variety of UP power waiting for the day's orders.
As the morning California Zephyr backs into Denver's Union Station it splits the numerous catenaries that support RTD's commuter trains.
The California Zephyr makes its morning stop at Denver's Union Station to pick up passengers before heading to the Moffat Tunnel and the Rocky Mountains.
A pair of SD40-2's wait in the BNSF engine servicing yard for the call to action. BNSF 1812 used to be in the ATSF Bluebonnet paint scheme.
Morning storm clouds threaten to rain on the partnership between the UP and the BNSF. These units have been serviced and will head to the Denver Yard and to a waiting freight.
When is the last time you saw two Executive Mac's working together? These two take a freight down Mason Street in Fort Collins, Colorado. Kudos to whoever paired these two units for the run.
A bright Colorado sunrise catches a variety of heavies in the North Yard, including a Canadian National unit and a Southern Pacific unit.
A matched set of Executive MAC's wait in the BNSF engine servicing yard for an assignment.
It is late in the evening and sun has almost set on the UP's 36th Street Yard as the remote engineer of UPY 577 (GP15-1) brings out with one more string to sort.
One of these things is not like the others......
UP 681 (GP15-1) works the North Yard while other units wait for sand, fuel and the call to duty.
BNSF 6645 (ES44C4) brings a freight past the UP's North Yard, heading to the Denver Yard