Why the Saginaw interlocker ain't the only nice spot in town.
A fuel bowser fills up BNSF 6623 as OmniTRAX's 6051 (SD40-3) gets ready to leave the BNSF North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado.
This shiny red SD40-2 was originally built as a SD40 in 1969 for the Canadian National Railway. Today it helps OmniTRAX with the local beer runs to and from the Budweiser Brewing plant and runnin... (more)
Rebuilds right out of the paint booth
I was surprised to stumble onto this locomotive "storage" line on the west side of North Yard. The line consisted of NRE gensets and GEs (at the far end). No. 1231, the genset closest to... (more)
Sunrise catches BNSF 4071 in the North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado, ready to take away some of the many hoppers stacked in the yard.
BNSF 6043 (ES44AC) shares the North Yard in Fort Collins with a pair of OmniTRAX engines
OMLX 9647 is one of the many former Canadian National GP40-2LW engines pressed into service for OmniTRAX. You can usually find one in Fort Collins or running between Johnstown and Windsor, Colora... (more)
A Canadian Pacific unit paid a rare visit to the BNSF North Yard in Fort Collins, Colorado
OMLX 3146, an ex-Kansas City Southern SD40-3 heads into the BNSF North Yard in Fort Collins with a load of hoppers picked up from the New Belgium Brewing Company.