View on the BNSF engine yard in Denver, with UP C40-8 # 9143 and BNSF SD70ACe # 9241 and SD70MAC # 9451.
Seems only fitting on this 4th of July to have a red, white and blue consist, with a little green thrown in for BNSF's revenues.
Somewhere inside CEFX 6012 still lives the sprit of a SOO engine.
BNSF Warbonnet 556 catches some morning sun before heading to the Denver Yard to shuffle freight cars.
Warbonnet 881 (Dash8-40CW) sits idle in the engine servicing yard in Denver. Perhaps one day the BNSF will give all those warn and weary looking Warbonnets a new coat of paint.
CSXT 4741 and 4739 (SD70MAC's) visit the BNSF engine servicing facility, along with a Warbonnet and a number of Heritage II painted BSNF engines.
Utah Central Railway 3104 needs a little paint, but still looks good while waiting for service in the Denver engine facility.
BNSF 620 holds for service at the BNSF engine facility, tied up with 4779 which has been recently hit broadside by a tagger.
A profile shot of the Jordan Spreader stored at the Denver BNSF engine servicing facility shows the no-frills, utilitarian form.
BNSF 4463 (Dash944CW) sporting patched wounds from perhaps an overheated turbo, waits for service at the Denver engine facility.
A pair of GATX Locomotive Group GP38-2's have parked for the night at the BNSF engine servicing facility in Denver.
A brief but intense snow storm blew into Denver and caught this ES44AC sitting in the engine yard connected to a long line of BNSF passenger cars.
The Norfolk Southern units outnumber the BNSF units waiting for service in Denver.
A unique lashup in the BNSF engine servicing yard in Denver, including CP 8827 (ES44AC) and BNSF 2768, a 51 year old GP39E,
A couple of old school Geeps (BNSF 8707 is a GP60 and BNSF 3155 is a GP 50) are waiting for service at the Denver engine shop.