Union Pacific and Canadian Pacific engines make a visit to the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver.
The BNSF skidder and the skycrane make quick work of unloading a container train at the Denver intermodal facility.
Two Bluebonnets and a former Burlington Northern unit wait in the BNSF engine servicing yard for orders.
OmniTRAX's SD40-3 makes the daily morning run over the Cache le Poudre River with a mixed freight.
Two MAC's cross the Cache la Poudre River and head to the BNSF yard on the north side of Fort Collins, Colorado.
A line of heavies, including a visiting Canadian National, wait for orders in the North Yard.
OmniTRAX uses a number of former Canadian National GP40-2LW's in the Loveland and Fort Collins service areas.
DRIR 1083 (SW1500) moves a cut of gondolas to a client in the Denver Stockyards.
The two B40-8W units strain to pull the freight up the incline at Burns Junction.
DRIR 1083 plays in the street north of the Denver Stockyards.
OmniTRAX's 6051 (SD40-3) leads a freight to the BNSF yard on the north side of Fort Collins.
OmniTRAX's 2239 (GP7U) gets ready to drop off a load of lumber to a client in central Denver.
A gaggle of Geeps moves a UP freight out of the BNSF's Denver Yard.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad's 1083 (SW1500) pulls a small freight out of the industrial park in central Denver.
The BNSF runs a push-me/pull-you configuration of two B40-8W's as it heads to Broomfield, Colorado.